Hamilton Sundstrand has signed an agreement with Fokker Services to provide spare parts in support of Fokker repair work at its Amsterdam facility. The purchase contract, which runs through 2016, is valued at $33.2 million. It covers “integrated drive generators and other equipment” for aircraft built mainly by Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Fokker.
The U.S. company has also announced three maintenance and support deals with airlines here at the show:
•With Japan Airlines (JAL), it has extended an exclusive repair agreement on Boeing 767, 777 and MD90 fleets. The additional three years cover repairs until August 2014, as the extension was signed earlier this year and retroactive to 2011.
•With Latin America’s Avianca group, it has signed two “long-term agreements” to provide maintenance on auxiliary power units (APUs). The first, with Oceanair, is for APS3200s on Airbus A320s; its fleet is planned to grow from 20 to more than 30 aircraft; the second a is with TACA Airlines in San Salvador; the carrier operates 12 Embraer 190s equipped with APS2300 APUs.