Delta TechOps, Asiana Airlines Enter Engine Maintenance Agreement

Delta TechOps, Asiana Airlines Enter Engine Maintenance Agreement

Delta TechOps will be a maintenance, repair and overhaul provider of Asiana Airlines’ CF6-80C2 engines over the next five years, bringing the engines powering the South Korean carrier’s Boeing 747 and 767 aircraft under its extensive global portfolio.

Delta TechOps people will expertly carry out scheduled engine overhaul shop visits during the five-year period. Additionally, Delta TechOps will support any unscheduled or AOG engine work.

“We are so pleased to have a new agreement with a prominent CF6 MRO, Delta TechOps,” said Hoon Bae, General Manager of Aircraft & Supplies Purchasing, Asiana Airlines. “With this new business, we are confident that Asiana Airlines and Delta TechOps will build up our long-term partnership into the future.”

“We are looking forward to getting started on this significant new work with Asiana that is all possible thanks to the well-established track record of safety, excellence and quality by Delta TechOps people,” said Don Mitacek – S.V.P. – Delta Technical Operations and President – Delta TechOps Services Group. “We look forward to expanding our portfolio of more than 150 MRO customers around the world with Asiana in the years ahead.”

As the maintenance division of Delta Air Lines, Delta TechOps has over 35 years of experience operating and maintaining CF6-80C2 engines. The work will be conducted by Delta TechOps Aviation Maintenance Technicians primarily at its Atlanta Technical Operations Center.