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DAE selects Abu-Dhabi based TS&S for multi-type engine MRO

Posted 30 April 2018 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi-based engine maintenance provider, Turbine Services & Solutions (TS&S), signed its first maintenance agreement with lessor Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) at the Global Aerospace Summit today.


The contract calls on TS&S to service various engine types within DAE’s substantial portfolio, including the Trent 700, GEnx and the V2500 engine -- one of which has already been repaired in the Mubadala company’s facility.
The agreement represents a breakthrough for TS&S, as it marks the company’s first major deal covering multiple engine types with a major leasing company.
Mansoor Janah (Pictured right) , acting CEO  at TS&S, said: “This agreement with DAE will enable TS&S to leverage its engine MRO capabilities — an expertise that we have built over the last 30 years. TS&S delivers tailor-made solutions, and we are delighted to offer our services and expand our relationship with a major leasing company. This partnership demonstrates that our country is already realizing its potential in being an advanced, competitive and impactful aerospace hub. We hope this contract is only the beginning, and that we grow our relationship with additional projects in the near future.”
Firoz Tarapore, DAE’s chief executive said: “We were extremely satisfied with the services TS&S recently provided to DAE in repairing one of our V2500 engines. We look forward to continuing this successful relationship and to mutually contribute to the ever-expanding synergies that are built between the different aviation related businesses within the UAE”.
The engine repair and overhaul operations will continue to take place at TS&S’ state-of-the-art facilities in Abu Dhabi, which has been recognised by major engine OEM’s as a quality approved overhaul base. TS&S works with OEMs and airlines around the world, including Rolls Royce, GE, Pratt & Whitney, Etihad Airways, Indigo, Sri Lankan and Onur Air.
 

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