MTU Maintenance signs CFM56 engine MRO contract with Jazeera Airways

MTU Maintenance, the global leader in customized solutions for aero engines, has signed a contract with Jazeera Airways. The three-year contract covers the maintenance repair and overhaul of the CFM56-5B engines that power the airline’s fleet of A320 aircraft. Jazeera Airways is MTU  Maintenance’s first airline customer in Kuwait and continues the MRO provider’s successful trajectory in the Middle East market.

Established in April 2004, Jazeera Airways is the first non-government owned airline in the Middle East, and the largest private airline operating out of Kuwait. Each year, Jazeera Airways serves over 2.2 million passengers, flying to 26 destinations across the Middle East, India and Europe.

MTU Maintenance is the number one independent service provider for the CFM56-3/-5B/-7B variants and is seeing strong and increasing demand for its -5B services: six new -5B customers have signed in the past twelve months alone. The global leader in customized solutions has close to 40 years of engine MRO experience on over 30 engine models – including the GE90 - and performs around 1,000 shop visits per year at its locations in Hannover (Germany), Berlin (Germany), Zhuhai (China) and Vancouver (Canada). The facility in Zhuhai is specialized in CFM56-5B engines. 

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