Avtrade Expands PBH Contracts In Multiple Areas

Avtrade has increased its Power-by-the-Hour support to aircraft around the world. In the last three years, Avtrade say it has tripled its aircraft under contract. By supporting Boeing and Airbus fleets on an advance exchange basis, Avtrade is able to offer an extensive pool of rotable inventory.
In the first quarter of 2016, Avtrade signed a new component support contract with an established Thai operator. Within the framework of the contract, Avtrade will provide support to the airline’s entire fleet of B767s. The company says an increase in CAAC approved inventory, regional component repair services and dedicated local account management has enabled them to offer customers in Asia a range of local aircraft component support solutions.
Avtrade further expanded existing contracts in Scandinavia and mainland Europe with Swedish and Spanish operators. Avtrade will provide full support to a range of Boeing 737 and 767 aircraft.
Avtrade has also signed a new lease contract with a South African airline, with whom Avtrade had an existing relationship. Providing support to the Airlines B737NG fleet, the company says it will position inventory at the main base of operation in Johannesburg, for their exclusive use.

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