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TP Aerospace announces more MRO contracts

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TP Aerospace announces more MRO contracts - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Denmark Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: Mro-network

Danish firm TP Aerospace has signed additional MRO contracts following on from its deals with Danish Air Transport and Western Global Airlines. Its Asian division has penned a deal with Indian carrier Air Pegasus to provide its Land For Less (LFL) wheel and brake programme in support of the Bangalore-based carrier’s ATR-72 fleet.

The programme includes access to TP Aerospace Asia’s ATR-72 wheels and brakes pool in Singapore. TP Aerospace has also signed a Brake for Less (BFL) contract with Greece-headquartered Astra Airlines for its ATR-72 and A320 fleet. Under the terms of the agreement, Astra will have full access to TP Aerospace’s parts pool in Hamburg. The MRO has also formalised an agreement with Canadian charter airline Enerjet for BFL services on its 737 fleet. 

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