CHARLOTTE, NC -- Goodrich Corporation has signed a long-term agreement with US Airways to provide a custom-tailored thrust reverser refurbishment program for the airline's CFM56-5B engines powering its Airbus A320 aircraft. Work will be performed at Goodrich Aerostructures' Alabama Service Center, an MRO facility located in Foley, AL.
The agreement, which runs through 2012, calls for Goodrich to refurbish half of US Airways' CFM56-5B engine thrust reversers on its A320 family aircraft and provide initial exchange units to facilitate the maintenance program.
The agreement is part of the Aerostructures team's Prime Solutions(sm) program, a nacelle maintenance management program that is customized to meet each operator's needs for spare parts, rotable assets, and repair and overhaul services.
"Through Goodrich's Prime Solutions approach, we created a custom-tailored support package to meet the specific aftermarket needs of US Airways," says Stuart Kay, general manager at the Goodrich Alabama Service Center. "By combining the depth of our original equipment manufacturing experience with our industry-leading MRO expertise on the CFM-56 nacelle, we can provide one of our longstanding customers with the best solution for their repair needs."
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