Fhs Agreement

“We are pleased to expand our relationship with Airbus, which began in 2004, to benefit from first-class services to preserve our operational excellence. The new support service will ensure efficient and efficient availability of spare parts for our young and growing fleet, which in turn improves reliability and further improves our already excellent punctuality. Malaysia Airlines has selected “Airbus Services” to provide hourly flight services (FHS) to support its new fleet of six A350 XWB aircraft and its existing fleet of 18 A330s. The agreements were signed today by Peter Bellew, Managing Director and Managing Director of Malaysia Airlines Berhad and Didier Evrard, Executive Vice President responsible for Programs. The agreement also includes an Airbus FHS representative on site in Sao Paulo, repairs, logistics and storage. “This agreement with Airbus allows us to improve our A330 operations and make them more efficient and reliable,” said Flavio Costa, Chief Operating Officer of Azul. Sao Paulo, Brazil, April 11, 2019 – Azul selects Airbus` FHS component service for its A330 fleet. The agreement builds on an existing FHS (FHS) airbus programme for Azul`s A320 fleet and becomes Airbus` first order in the region for the supply of components to long-haul aircraft. These long-term agreements include the guaranteed availability of spare parts for a large volume of A350 XWB and A330 Line Replaceable Units (LRUs), as well as maintenance and logistics services at Malaysia Airlines` main base and selected outdoor stations. In order to continuously ensure the best performance, Malaysia Airlines will benefit fully from the FHS pool located at Kuala Lumpur airport and managed by Airbus. The signing of this FHS agreement took place on the occasion of the arrival in Hanoi of the first A350 XWB for Vietnam Airlines. Nguyen Tan Dung, Prime Minister of Vietnam, and a number of European ambassadors were present at the ceremony. Jazeera Airways has signed an agreement with Airbus As part of Airbus Flight Hour Services (FHS) to support the airline with components.

The FHS agreement with Malaysia Airlines will further strengthen services by Airbus` presence in Malaysia. These include a major maintenance and overhaul facility (Sepang Aircraft Engineering) and a customer services subsidiary that offers technical design and transformation work, both located at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The agreement applies with the Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) for its new fleet of three A380 wide-body aircraft. ANA is the latest A380 operator to benefit from increased operational safety, provided the Airbus FHS contract is concluded. Vietnam Airlines has selected Airbus to offer hourly flight services (FHS) for its new fleet of 14 A350-900s on order. With this contract, Vietnam Airlines will be the first A350 XWB operator to select Airbus FHS. The 12-year agreement provides a wide scope, including a350 (LRUs) line exchange units, guaranteed spare parts availability through a pool access service at Vietnam Airlines` main base and selected outdoor stations.

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