MTU Maintenance has delivered its 500th overhauled CF34-10E, to Kenya Airways.
MTU Maintenance has maintained a number of Kenya Airways’ CF34-10E engines since 2016 and CFM56 engines since 2019.
“We are honoured to be MTU’s 500th CF34-10E engine customer,” said Kenya Airways’ technical director Evans Kihara. “We appreciate their excellent service, high-quality technical expertise and reliable, cost-effective maintenance. We look forward to continued innovation for even better maintenance cost and to building our great partnership in the years to come.”
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg’s managing director and senior vice president André Sinanian: “Despite these unusual times, we are delighted that it was possible to celebrate this success and milestone with Kenya Airways virtually. At MTU Maintenance, we take pride in our performance and reliability and are proud our customers return to us time and time again.”
MTU Maintenance has been servicing CF34 engines since 2003 and introduced the -8 and -10E variants in 2008. During this time, MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg, where CF34 engine services are performed, has completed nearly 1,400 CF34 shop visits. Currently, the facility is supporting customers of CF34-10E and -8C/E engines with customised continued time repairs and life limited part replacement shop visits.