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MTU Maintenance and Air Burkina sign CF34-8E engine maintenance contract

Posted 20 July 2017 · Add Comment

MTU Maintenance and their new customer Air Burkina have signed an exclusive three-year maintenance agreement.

The contract for the airline’s four CF34-8E engines from their E170 aircraft covers maintenance, repair and overhaul, on-site services and guaranteed spare engine leasing availability.

Air Burkina is the national airline of Burkina Faso and operates regional flights from the capital Ouagadougou to other countries in Africa. The company history reaches back to 1967, when Air Volta was founded. Air Burkina is the only west African company to have operated without interruption for 50 years.

MTU Maintenance has been maintaining engines from the CF34 family (CF34--3, -8C/E, -10E) for 15 years and has provided MRO services to over 90 customers across the globe.

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