Honeywell and OEMServices have signed an agreement that will see the firms work together to manage the aircraft maintenance costs and expenses of the A380 fleet of an international airline.
The agreement will see Honeywell’s GoDirect Component Services Solutions (CSS) used in conjunction with OEMServices’ integrated component & logistic services. Honeywell says the GoDirect CSS Flight Hour Program is “designed to enhance aircraft reliability for commercial airlines,” and adds their goal is to help “reduce disruptions to operations caused by the need for component repairs.”
OEMServices says their experience will “optimize repair turnaround times and minimize operational interruptions for the airline.” The component services provided by OEMServices within the scope of the contract include a one-stop shop through its global service centers, a 24/7 AOG desk and a hotline answering the operators’ urgent needs within an hour.
“OEMServices is the A380 nose to tail component services specialist, said Didier Granger, president, OEMServices. We are proud to support Honeywell across this platform and assist our customer with its aftermarket needs.” The collaboration covers a period of eight years.