Lufthansa Technik has signed an exclusive Total Component Support (TCS) agreement with Braathens Regional Airlines for its growing fleet of Airbus A320 family aircraft.
The five-year contract for the Swedish airline includes component MRO, access to an adequate spare parts pool, and covers ARC (Airframe Related Components) services on demand.
Fredrik Matseng, chief operating officer at Braathens Regional Airlines, said: “In Lufthansa Technik we have found a trustful, dependable and innovative partner for the component support and ARC services for our current and future Airbus fleet.
“The agreement we have reached is based on a individual supply concept that enables us to benefit from short and rapid transport paths.”
Daniel Hepworth, senior director corporate sales Europe at Lufthansa Technik, said: “We are delighted to welcome Braathens Regional Airlines, as our latest TCS and ARC customer, further strengthening Lufthansa Technik’s position as the leading provider of MRO services in Scandinavia.
“With this long-term agreement we will ensure the greatest possible flexibility and optimal availability specifically to meet the needs of Braathens.
“We thank the Braathens team for putting their trust in us and look forward to growing our relationship in the years to come.”
Braathens Regional Airlines‘ main hub is Stockholm Bromma Airport and is currently Sweden’s largest domestic airline in terms of number of routes.
It is also a charter airline that flies Nordic vacationers to various destinations around the Mediterranean together with some of the largest tour operators in the Nordics.
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