WOOD DALE, IL — AAR announces that it has signed a seven-year agreement with Czech Airlines to provide rotable component repair services on a flight-hour basis for the airline's Boeing 737 Classic aircraft. The repair program will be managed by AAR Aircraft Component Services — Amsterdam, with additional support provided, as needed, by AAR Aircraft Component Services — New York.
"We are excited to work with Czech Airlines and provide them with a cost-effective program to help them manage their rotable component repairs," says James Clark, Group Vice President for AAR's Aviation Supply Chain Group. "This flight-hour agreement enables our customer to accurately forecast their component repair costs and operate with a more predictable cost structure."
AAR Aircraft Component Services — Amsterdam performs a wide range of component repair, overhaul, and exchange services and offers scrap replacement options.
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