Lockheed to Handle MRO for Air Wisconsin Jets

Lockheed to Handle MRO for Air Wisconsin Jets

Lockheed Martin (IW500/30) has landed an exclusive, five-year contract to perform engine maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services on CF34-3 engines for Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation. The Lockheed unit, a Montreal-based subsidiary acquired by the aerospace giant in 2013, offers MRO and testing services, well as component and part repairs, for commercial engines in the CRJ-200, D-8, 707, and A320 and 737 jet series.

"This is the second long-term, exclusive fleet agreement we have signed already this year,” according to LCMES president Bill Brotherton, He called it “a validation that our airline heritage and collaborative approach provide an offering our customers value.”

Brotherton also noted the commercial importance of LMCES's long-term commitment to the CF34 engine, which he called part of the “core business” for the Lockheed subsidiary.

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