AJW signs component deal with JOB AIR Technic

Company named Woodward Licensed Asset Management Provider and signs deal with Fokker Services Group

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AJW Group announced the signing of a new Aircraft Component Repair agreement with JOB AIR Technic for aircraft support. The Aircraft Component Repair agreement supports JOB AIR Technic with a closed-loop Power-by-the-Hour (PBH) support contract for the supply and repair of components including logistic services and a support Pool of components.

JOB AIR Technic, founded in 1993 and located at Ostrava International Airport in Czech Republic, is an EASA Part 145 airframe MRO and a Part 147 approved maintenance training organization. The company’s facilities are home to one of the largest and most modern single span aircraft maintenance hangars in Europe and employs a highly trained and experienced team of dedicated aircraft engineers and support staff. JOB AIR Technic a.s. provides airframe base maintenance on the Boeing 737 Classic, Next Generation (NG), and MAX, the Airbus A320ceo and A320neo series of aircraft and the Airbus A330.

Christopher Whiteside, chairman of AJW Group, said, “We are proud to have signed the component support contract with JOB AIR.  Availability of high-value parts on demand, at an agreed hourly rate, guarantees operational and cost efficiencies. The partnership cements AJW’s position as the market leader for world-class aircraft component support with in-house maintenance support coming from AJW Technique, our flagship MRO operation in Montreal.”

AJW Group named Woodward Licensed Asset Management Provider
AJW Group announced the signing of a 10-year agreement with US manufacturer, Woodward, Inc. which names AJW Group as a Licensed Asset Management Provider (LAMP). The agreement will see the business join the LAMP global network, providing component support for LEAP 1A/C and 1/B engines for operators worldwide. Routine and Aircraft on Ground (AOG) support will be managed through the LAMP for customers under flight hour support, Power by the Hour, and Networking contracts; additionally operators worldwide will be able to access the network for AOG support. The signing of this agreement enables AJW to offer its industry leading supply chain fulfilment expertise to Airbus A320neo, Boeing B737 MAX and COMAC C919 operators with component support for LEAP engines and solidifies the long-standing business relationship that AJW Group and Woodward have enjoyed for many years.

 AJW signs MRO deal with Fokker Services Group
AJW Group and Fokker Services Group have signed a component maintenance agreement. This five-year agreement covers various aircraft platforms and associated engine types such as Airbus A320ceo and A320neo as well as Boeing 737NG and MAX aircraft, supporting AJW Group’s global customer base. Parts under the agreement will be repaired in-house at Fokker Services Group’s three facilities across the Netherlands and the United States. This covers a variety of parts including air starters, starter valves, starter generators, avionic panels, and captain seats. Fokker Service Group’s newest capabilities, CFM LEAP engine accessories, are also part of the agreement for which Fokker Services Group is an authorised OEM warranty repair station. 


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