Lufthansa Technik takes over component service for Smartwings

Boeing 737 Next Gen (Photo: Lufthansa Technik AG).
Boeing 737 Next Gen (Photo: Lufthansa Technik AG).

Lufthansa Technik takes over component service for Smartwings

Boeing 737 Next Gen (Photo: Lufthansa Technik AG).
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Czech airline Smartwings and Lufthansa Technik have signed a comprehensive five-year Total Component Support contract covering the repair and overhaul of components for the airline's 30 Boeing 737NG aircraft.

The new contract includes MRO services for components and pool access as well as the delivery of components to selected international airports in Europe. Lufthansa Technik already provides engine services for Smartwings' Boeing 737NG fleet powered by CFM56-7B engines, as well as Total Components support services for the airline's B737 MAX 8 aircraft.

“We are very pleased that Lufthansa Technik is supporting us in supplying components for our 737 NG fleet. We have already worked with Lufthansa Technik in the past and look forward to further deepening this successful cooperation,” says Ludek Stasek, Technical Director of Smartwings. 

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