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Thomas Cook Airlines Awards A320 & A330 Full Component Support Contract

A J Walter Aviation And Its Partners Win 5-Year Deal

Thomas Cook Airlines has awarded A J Walter Aviation a multi-million dollar contract to provide component power-by-the-hour and leasing support for its A320 and A330 family aircraft based in the UK and Scandinavia. Winning this long-term 5 year agreement is yet another step forward for AJW who led a partnership of BA Engineering and Iberia Maintenance & Engineering to deliver successfully on what was a comprehensive requirement.

"This has certainly been one of the more challenging competitions we have entered" says Boris Wolstenholme, Chief Executive "but with a low cost base, world class logistics and a flexible commercial approach we have been able to satisfy the stringent requirements demanded of us in this important contract". "AJW was also able to draw on the vast knowledge and experience of its partners in this process, particularly in respect of their relevant Airbus fleet operations and workshop capabilities."

"This was a very detailed, thorough and robust tender process," said Frank Pullman, Managing Director of Thomas Cook Airlines. "We have been impressed by AJW's professional attitude and delivery at all stages of this process and have confidence in its ability to deliver on all our expectations." The contract covers Thomas Cook Airlines' A320 and A330 family operations in the UK and Scandinavia. The contract, which kicks in January 1, 2011 is made up of seven A330s, ten A321s, and a dozen A320s.
 
AJW says this new contract underlines the benefits of PBH, pooling and leasing options available from the company. Already highly regarded for its award-winning 24/7 AOG and critical services, AJW is currently growing its total repair management and consignment component services. It is also now able to provide line maintenance consumable consignment and replenishment services. Across all these services, AJW is able to guarantee availability to match dispatch reliability requirements.

FMI: www.ajw-aviation.com

 


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