AFI KLM E&M and Bamboo Airways sign MOU

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Alsim-ALS-BannerAFI KLM E&M and Bamboo Airways have signed an MOU outlining the MRO’s potential deployment of adaptive support solutions across a range of domains. Following on from their initial contracts focusing on the maintenance of Bamboo Airways’ fleet of 787, A320 and Embraer aircraft – AFI KLM E&M is now strengthening its collaboration with the Vietnamese airline through this latest MOU. The current and future discussed cooperation is estimated to a potential of several hundred million US dollars total value between the two companies. The MOU outlines the possibility of extending commercial relation in the field of engine support, including taking on shop visits for the GEnx engines fitted on Bamboo Airways’ Boeing 787s fleet, and for the engines equipped on their A320 Family.

AFI KLM E&M may also be called upon for new C-Check maintenance visits for the Boeing 787s at its facilities in Amsterdam, as well as line maintenance operations across an extended stopover network based on the destinations Bamboo Airways flies to. The Vietnamese operator will gain access to the capabilities of EPCOR, the AFI KLM E&M affiliate specialising in the maintenance of APUs, for support of its APS2300 (EJets) and APS5000 (Boeing 787) products.

Ton Dortmans, executive vice president KLM Engineering & Maintenance, said: “We’re proud and thrilled at the prospect of continuing to support the soaring success of Bamboo Airways, a young and dynamic airline that has not let the health crisis hold back its international development. We are fully committed to honouring the trust placed in us, and are ready to roll out new support solutions adapted to the needs of Bamboo Airways.”

Mai Dinh Toan, Deputy General Director of Bamboo Airways, added: “AFI KLM E&M has proven to be a trusted airline-MRO expertise partner with its global footprint, multi-product catalogue, the flexibility of its programs and solutions as well as responsiveness, which have led us to reiterate confidence in them. Bamboo Airways is more than delighted to extend collaboration with AFI KLM E&M, thus creating further value for both sides in an attempt to spread its wings to promising international markets in the near future.”

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