London, 15 April 2013: A J Walter Aviation (AJW) is to provide full ATA Chapter power-by-the-hour support for low cost cargo operator Air Incheon’s growing fleet of Boeing aircraft. The contract will commence with Air Incheon’s in-service B737-400F and expand to include a second aircraft this summer. AJW is also locating a main base kit consignment at Incheon International Airport in Seoul.
Air Incheon operates routes throughout China, Japan, Russia, Mongolia and South Korea and aims to expand its fleet to four aircraft by mid-2015. This power-by-the-hour contract will be fully supported by AJW’s Singapore hub which holds significant Boeing inventory for AJW customers in the region.
“AJW is seeing demand for its flexible PBH contracts growing across Asia and this is the second PBH contract to be awarded in South Korea. We are also working with Eastar Jet out of Gimpo Airport,” says Sam King, General Manager of A J Walter Aviation Singapore. “We are delighted to be supporting Air Incheon in its plans to rapidly develop a low cost cargo route network and we will do everything we can to help the airline meet its objectives.”
AJW’s new contract with Air Incheon once again underlines the outstanding value for money and excellent customer service that is embodied within AJW PBH support contracts. These offer wide and flexible component coverage; expert advice and recommendations on minimising home base stock requirements; and world class logistics, including AJW’s highly regarded 24/7 AOG service. Serving a global base of more than 800 airlines with over 400 aircraft under contract, AJW is the ideal partner for airlines and MRO organisations requiring fully integrated support solutions and seeking to achieve competitive advantage.
The contract will commence with Air Incheon’s in-service B737-400F and expand to include a second aircraft this summer.
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