AJW Group announces Power-by-the-Hour contract with Cypriot carrier, Skyfive Airlines

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Scott Symington

Intelsat

AJW Group, a world-leading independent aircraft component parts, repair, and supply chain solutions provider, is pleased to announce the signing of a Power-by-the-Hour (PBH) contract with new Cypriot operator, Skyfive Airlines.

Under the terms of the agreement, AJW Group will provide comprehensive PBH services for Skyfive Airlines’ fleet, which currently consists of two Airbus A320 aircraft, with a fleet plan to expand to six aircraft in the near future.

PBH is a dynamic maintenance program that ensures optimal aircraft performance and reduces downtime by providing comprehensive support for all required component maintenance events under the agreement. By entrusting their fleet’s maintenance to AJW Group, Skyfive Airlines can focus on its core operations and passenger experience while benefiting from cost predictability, increased operational efficiency, and minimised financial risks.

As a trusted provider in the aviation industry, AJW Group has built a reputation for delivering high-quality maintenance support solutions tailored to the unique needs of each customer. With expertise in providing comprehensive supply chain solutions AJW Group is well-equipped to provide Skyfive Airlines with exceptional PBH services, including spare parts provisioning, logistics and technical support.

“Skyfive Airlines’ decision to choose AJW Group as their PBH partner is a testament to our commitment to excellence in aircraft support,” said Scott Symington, AJW Group’s Chief Commercial Officer. “We are delighted to support Skyfive Airlines’ growth and operational success by providing them with comprehensive support solutions that optimise their fleet’s performance and ensure passenger safety.”

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