Safran Nacelles has signed an agreement with Interjet to provide repair services and spares pool resources for engine nacelles that equip Airbus A320neo-series jetliners operated by the Mexican airline, the company said.
The five-year agreement covers the Mexico City-based carrier´s growing fleet of jetliners from the A320neo family, which are powered by CFM International[*] LEAP-1A turbofan engines.
Safran Nacelles´ repair services and spares resources are part of the company´s new NacelleLifeTM support program, which ensures responsive, cost effective and high-quality services that keep airliners in operational condition while minimizing costs.
Safran is an international high-technology group, operating in the aircraft propulsion and equipment, space and defense markets.
Safran Nacelles is a world leader for aircraft nacelles, with over 20,800 devices in service, and over 125,000 flight hours per day. The company is active in all segments of the market, from regional jets and corporate aircraft to the largest airliners.
Interjet is an international airline based in Mexico City providing air service to 55 destinations in eight countries, including 35 cities in Mexico. Its international network includes service to ten US markets. The airline operates a fleet of 80 aircraft including three Airbus A320neos, 47 Airbus A320s, two Airbus A321neos, six Airbus A321s and 22 Superjet 100s.