StandardAero has signed an exclusive, long-term engine maintenance agreement with Mesa Airlines for its CF34-8E5 engines powering Mesa’s fleet of 42 Embraer 175 regional aircraft. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Mesa Airlines is a regional air carrier providing scheduled passenger service to 110 cities in 39 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, Mexico, Cuba and The Bahamas.
“StandardAero’s operational performance, exceptional customer service and program flexibility are some of the key traits that form the foundation of our long and trusted partnership making entering into this new MRO agreement an easy decision.” said Mike Lotz, president and chief financial officer of Mesa Air Group.
“We are delighted in the confidence placed in StandardAero with this exciting new engine maintenance agreement to support Mesa Airlines CF34-8E5 engines,” said Todd Sywake, vice president – Business Development and Strategy for StandardAero’s Airlines and Fleet Division. “StandardAero focuses on creating a world-class, hassle-free customer experience while developing custom tailored MRO solutions to help lower our partners’ operating costs.”