Revima is finalising a deal with Pratt & Whitney Canada to renew its authorised repair facility agreement on a worldwide basis for three APU models.
Revima will continue to support customers operating Pratt & Whitney Canada’s axial APUs on three aircraft applications: the APS2300 installed on Embraer 175/195s, the APS3200 installed on the Airbus A320 family, and the APS5000 installed on Boeing 787 aircraft.
“This renewed authorised facility repair agreement highlights the strong relationship between Pratt & Whitney Canada and Revima, which goes back to the early 1990s for APUs and even the 1960s when we were repairing main engines,” said Revima Group’s president and CEO Olivier Legrand.
“Along this agreement, we have in 2020 and 2021 further strengthened our long relationship with Pratt & Whitney with end-of-life authorised repair facility agreements and have capability for virtually every APU model in their portfolio, from small APUs used in military and regional applications, to single aisle and large commercial APU applications such as the A320, 787, 747 and A380.
“We are extremely proud to support this very wide family of APU models and look forward to continue providing our expertise and high value solutions to customers around the globe.”