Emirates – SANAD signs an agreement to provide maintenance of its...

Emirates – SANAD signs an agreement to provide maintenance of its...
Emirates – SANAD signs an agreement to provide maintenance of its...
Source: (MENAFN – Al-Bayan)
  • Abu Dhabi – Al-Bayan

Date: September 28, 2020 Sanad, a company specializing in the maintenance and leasing of aviation engines and components and wholly owned by Mubadala Investment Company, Pratt & Whitney, and International Aero Engines announced the signing of a new agreement worth one billion dirhams, under which Sanad Aviation Technologies is expanding its partnership with International Aero Engines by providing maintenance, repair and overhaul services for its V2500 engines, which are used on the Airbus A320 fleet.

The announcement of the new agreement came during the Global Aviation Industry Summit in Abu Dhabi, which brought together senior leaders of the aviation, defense and space industry to discuss the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sector. Aircraft engines. Under the agreement, International Aero Engines, which manufactures V2500 engines, will maintain its engines at the Sanad Advanced Aviation Technologies facility in Abu Dhabi, thus confirming the confidence of major global aviation industry companies and their commitment to cooperate with the aviation industry in Abu Dhabi during the period of volatility in the aviation industry at the global level. .

“This new agreement is being signed at a delicate stage in the history of the aviation industry, as this sector has witnessed unprecedented challenges at the global level,” said Mansour Janahi, Group Executive Vice President at Sanad. Reliable for the aviation industry and distinguished engineering services, with many global companies heading to reformulate their relationships with their partners in line with the lessons learned from the pandemic stage, it seems that flexibility, sustainability and the great ability to deal with crises qualify the aviation industry in the UAE to dedicate its position as a preferred partner for major International companies Sanad Aviation Technologies has proven its engineering capabilities and cadres that were able to meet customer needs in addition to dealing efficiently with the unusual circumstances that resulted from the pandemic.

Dave Emerling, Vice President of Commercial Affairs at Pratt & Whitney, said: “Pratt & Whitney and International Aero Engines have strong partnerships that we look forward to continuing to strengthen in the coming years. We expect airlines that have V2500 engines to benefit.” A large part of the maintenance and repair services provided by Sanad.

Sanad Aviation Technologies is an independent provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul services to airlines and engine manufacturers around the world. It has served more than 300 V2500 engines since 2012, with an annual increase rate of over 19%.

It is noteworthy that Sanad Aviation Technologies had previously entered into several important strategic partnerships with the world’s leading aircraft engine manufacturers, such as Rolls-Royce and General Electric Aviation, which enabled it to provide industry-leading expertise in the field of maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft engines. Through a variety of maintenance services for various aircraft engines.

International Aero Engines, which is a multinational alliance of aircraft engine manufacturers, includes Pratt & Whitney, the leading company in the design, manufacture and maintenance of aircraft engines and helicopters, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, Pratt & Whitney Aero Engines International, and the Japanese Aero Engines Company. MTU Aero Engines, Inc., manufactures the V2500.


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