Pakistani airline Serene Air has chosen AFI KLM E&M to provide maintenance solutions for several engines powering its fleet of A330 and Boeing 737 aircraft.
The MRO has already performed quick turn interventions on three of Serene’s CFM56-7B engines, one of which was upgraded to a full shop visit after more significant defects were identified.
The airline subsequently requested AFI KLM E&M to perform a quick turn on a CF6-80E1.
Serene Air’s technical director Sher Afgan said: “The adaptive offered by AFI KLM E&M is very important for a young company like ours. The availability of the customer support teams, their advice, their technical support and their ability to adjust the maintenance solutions sot our needs were greatly appreciated.”
AFI KLM E&M’s SVP commercial Pierre Teboul said: “We are delighted that Serene Air has placed its trust in AFI KLM E&M and hope that these first collaborations will lead to others. They underline the extend to which our teams are mobilised at the customer’s service, and capable of adjusting their commercial and technical proposals to meet all needs, for large established operators as well as for young companies operating a start-up mode such as Serene Air.”