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AJW Engines to manage Camair-Co engine shop visits

Posted 7 October 2015 · Add Comment

AJW Engines is to provide engine shop visit management services for Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Camair-Co).



An team of engineers from AJW will manage all aspects of the shop visit for two PW4060 engines. Camair-Co has also signed a lease agreement with AJW Leasing for a replacement PW4060 engine which has been fitted to their B767-300 aircraft (above).

The Engine Management Service (EMS) offered by AJW Engines is a tailored service that continuously updates customers regarding all processes on a daily basis. AJW challenges the MRO to justify their repair choices keeping everyone focused and this approach not only helps to safeguard the airline from unnecessary expense, but also ensures they operate at maximum efficiency and safety. The EMS programme for Camair-Co complements the power-by-the-hour programme that the airline deployed earlier this year.  

AJW Aviation signed a multi-year agreement with Camair-Co in April 2015 to provide power-by-the-hour for its expanding fleet of Boeing B767 and B737 NG aircraft. Full ATA Chapter support is provided, without exemptions, thereby providing Camair-Co with the dispatch reliability, streamlined component management and aligned cost savings that they need to fulfil the airline’s operational objectives and route expansion ambitions. This new EMS programme will keep the shop visit cost to a minimum, ensure that agreed turn-around-times are adhered to, and that the optimum performance to achieve the longest on-wing time is achieved for Camair-Co.

AJW has been supporting the growth of African aviation for decades and is renowned throughout the Continent for its flexibility.

Africa still has many logistical and geographical challenges to overcome and AJW said it is pleased to further support Camair-Co with the EMS service as they focus on the customer experience and build their airline business.

AJW Engine provides services for operators looking for engine management, inventory consignment or parts supply. This jet engines division has developed a significant aircraft engine portfolio and offers a range of integrated management solutions providing engineering services, fan blade exchange programmes and quality overhauled condition engine parts. AJW Engines offers a wide range of CFM56-3/5/7, PW2000/4000, RB211-535E4 and V2500 sales and purchasing opportunities.

 

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