SR Technics signs engine MRO deal with Skymark Airlines

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SR Technics said it has signed a five-year General Terms of Agreement with Skymark Airlines for exclusive rights to maintain Skymark’s CFM56-7B engines.

At the signing ceremony in Japan, Owen McClave, SR Technics’ CEO stated: “We are proud that SR Technics service is entrusted to continue this level of performance. SR Technics team is excited to further extend our existing, very successful partnership and collaboration with the Skymark team. The five-year service promise we signed today confirms Skymark’s confidence in SR Technics’ ability and expertise to provide best-in-class MRO services for engine maintenance with the highest benchmarks in the industry.”

Noriyuki Masukawa, Skymark’s Managing Director and Executive Officer stated:” Skymark is pleased to continue our partnership with SR Technics for another five years. SR Technics has consistently provided high-quality engines through their exceptional expertise and pursuit of the highest standards of safety and quality in MRO services. With the continuation of our collaboration, we look forward to further enhancing quality and strengthening our relationship, contributing to the provision of high-quality engines and the safe operation of Skymark.”

SR Technics has been maintaining Skymark’s fleet of 29 B737-800 aircraft for the last six years. This agreement will extend this relationship through May 2029. The new agreement continues the long partnership with Japan’s first low-cost carrier for the years to come. Skymark Airlines has held the best on time performance of any Japanese airline for the last six years. SR Technics as an authorized CFM and Pratt & Whitney MRO engine shop and has performed over 5,400 shop visits is motivated to serve customers with the highest dedication and dependable, efficient and high-quality support.


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