Norway-based engine MRO facility Aero Norway recently signed a three-year TrueChoice Material agreement with GE Aviation to cover the component repairs on its CFM56-3, CFM56-5B and 7B engines. The agreement will cover engine modules, engine assemblies and sub-assemblies, engine mounted controls and accessories, and all parts incorporated within this equipment.
“At Aero Norway, the focus is always on delivering the best service and industry-recognized EGT margins, and we are globally acknowledged as a leader in CFM56-3 engine repairs,” according to Sonia Tindall, manager of Global Sales & Marketing at Aero Norway. “To best serve our customers: MROs, independent engine owners and leasing companies, we need repair partners that can complement the flexibility of workscope that we, as an independent organization, strive to offer. Through this agreement with GE Aviation, we will further enhance operational efficiency and maximize the fast slot induction and quick turn-around that our global customers demand.”
“GE Aviation has extensive component repair capabilities, and we continually invest in new repair techniques to help our customers,” said Jean Lydon-Rodgers, president and CEO of GE Aviation. “This agreement with Aero Norway will bring our component repair offerings to their customers for their CFM56 engines.”
The TrueChoice suite of engine maintenance offerings incorporates an array of GE capabilities and customization across an engine’s lifecycle. The TrueChoice suite includes TrueChoice Flight Hour; TrueChoice Overhaul; TrueChoice Material and TrueChoice Transitions. GE says each of the TrueChoice offerings is underpinned by GE Aviation’s data and analytic capabilities and experience to help reduce maintenance burden and service disruptions for customers.