Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey signs new contract to support Braathens Regional Airways PW127M fleet
Swedish regional airline Braathens Regional Airways and Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey ("LTAA") have signed a 3 year agreement for the provision of Engine MRO services for Braathens Regional Airways PW127M Engines powering their fleet of ATR72 aircraft.
"We are very pleased to announce that together with LTAA we have now secured our PW127M maintenance input for the next 3 years and look forward to a successful flight operation with their support of proven high-quality service", says Fredrik Matseng, COO of Braathens Regional Airways.
"We would like to express our appreciation to Braathens Regional Airways for entrusting LTAA with the maintenance of their PW127M Engines. We are delighted that we have been chosen as a partner to support Braathens Regional Airways and its passengers with reliable, high-qualilty engine MRO services." outlines Tobias Baumgart, COO of LTAA.
Braathens Regional Airways AB
Braathens Regional Airways (BRA) is owned by the investment company Braganza, totally owned by the family Per G Braathen. Braathens Regional Airways has its majority of operation on domestic routes within Sweden but also a few international routes within the Nordic countries. The airline currently have 12 ATR72-600 within their fleet and have 30% of the Swedish domestic market share.