Sri Lankan Airlines said its engineering arm has been awarded a major contract by IndiGo to carry out a series of important maintenance checks on the fast-growing Indian carrier's aircraft fleet.
The work will be done by Sri Lankan Engineering, the aircraft maintenance arm of Sri Lanka's national airline, at it main hangar complex at the Bandaranaike International Airport north of Colombo, a company statement said.
IndiGo is India's largest domestic low-fare carrier, and is now that country's third largest airline in terms of passengers carried.
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Paris , Amstelveen, 7 March 2012 – AFI KLM E&M inked a contract with SriLankan Airlines covering A340 and A330 component support. The contract involves closed-loop repairs for six A330’s and six...
The contract involves closed-loop repairs for six A330’s and six A340’s.
AAR gives SriLankan its first dismantling opportunity.
Spare parts will be supplied to the airline's home base at Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo.