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Farnborough: Emirates agrees aftermarket deal with Unison

Posted 10 July 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates signed a ten-year after market services agreement with Unison Industries in support of the largest GE90 and GP7200 engine fleets in the world, it was announced at Farnborough International Airshow today.

The agreement extends through 2025 and covers external Unison new parts and component repairs for GE Aviation and Engine Alliance engine families in the Emirates fleet.
"We are very pleased to have Emirates as a key customer on this strategic agreement," Unison President Giovanni Spitale said. "This agreement solidifies Unison's key relationship with the world's largest operator of A380 and B777 aircraft. Unison is now primed to provide unparalleled support to Emirates operations."
Emirates will leverage Unison's strengths in the areas of exchange programmes, upgrades and repairs with mutual goals of the highest quality support and smoothest operations for Emirates. Unison's parts and services are designed to reduce maintenance costs, lower cost of ownership and provide the highest possible fleet reliability. External engine parts manufactured, supported and repaired by Unison Industries include the ignition system, power and control harnesses, sensors and fluid conveyance systems for air, oil, fuel and hydraulics.
 

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