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StandardAero Signs Long-Term APU Maintenance Agreement with Mandarin Airlines

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Tatjana Obrazcova

StandardAero signed a six-year contract with Mandarin Airlines to perform customized maintenance, repair and overhaul services for APS2300 auxiliary power units (APUs) on its fleet of Embraer ERJ190 regional aircraft. The contract is StandardAero’s first APU program in Republic of China (Taiwan) and the new contract is expected to continue until December 31, 2021, when Mandarin anticipates the retirement of its existing fleet.

StandardAero is an OEM-approved APS2300 APU Authorized Repair Facility, and as such, the company’s certified APU technicians have completed extensive OEM factory training provide customers with the most comprehensive, experienced and OEM-approved service in the industry. Mandarin Airlines’ APUs will be serviced at StandardAero’s Maryville, Tennessee facility.

Mandarin Airlines is based in Taipei, Republic of China. The Taiwanese carrier operates domestic and regional international flights. The airline services passengers in Taiwan and mainland China as well as destinations in Hong Kong, Philippines, Vietnam, Japan and South Korea.

“This new agreement is an important step in servicing Asia Pacific through a Taiwan based airline,” said Robert Cords, President of StandardAero Airlines & Fleets. “We have been actively pursuing customers in this region and look forward to serving as a trusted partner for Mandarin Airlines.”



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