AerFin has signed a seven-year extension of its component support contract for Finnair’s fleet of 12 E-190 aircraft through to 2030.
Following Finnair’s thorough cost review, market testing, and auditing, AerFin was selected due to a proven track record and commitment to exceptional support, reliability and cost effectiveness.
AerFin’s BeyondPool programme has been meticulously designed to adapt according to both the airline’s operational needs and evolving market conditions.
Finnair and AerFin’s partnership has been in place since 2020.
This new extension deepens the strategic partnership between the two companies, which includes the collaboration on the sustainable phase-out of an A319 aircraft, showcasing the shared commitment to innovative solutions that promote sustainability in aviation.
Juha Ojala, senior vice president, technical operations at Finnair, said: “AerFin has been a reliable, high-quality and long-term partner.
“They have consistently demonstrated operational excellence and provided first-class support and we’re very much looking forward to further enhancing the relationship between the two companies.”
Simon Goodson, AerFin chief executive, said: “We are delighted that Finnair has chosen AerFin to continue supporting them beyond the initial term.
“As Finnair begin an exciting new chapter in their journey, we expect to continue to support them with the guaranteed service levels that their operation requires.
“The industry remains strongly competitive over cost and quality of delivery and we continue to see great opportunity in supporting the E-Jet global platform.”