RTX announced its Collins Aerospace business has signed a FlightSense flight-hour contract with Envoy Air. Under the multi-year agreement, Collins will provide maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for a number of systems across Envoy’s fleet of 128 Embraer E175 aircraft. Collins’ products covered under the contract include electric power, fire protection and sensors, among others.
“Our new agreement with Envoy builds on our existing support for the airline’s Embraer fleet, further expanding Collins’ relationship with one of America’s largest regional carriers,” said Cory May, vice president, Aftermarket Business Development for Collins Aerospace. “By providing Envoy with a maintenance program tailored to its unique operational requirements, we will help the airline reduce repair time and costs, while maximizing operational efficiency.”
“We’re pleased to reach an agreement with Collins Aerospace to enhance our maintenance program as we serve thousands of customers every day,” said John Nicks, Envoy senior vice president, Corporate Services. “This multi-year agreement will help ensure that our aircraft are safe, compliant and ready to meet the demands of our airline operation for years to come.”