Pratt & Whitney awarded $37 million contract

TUI Airline Management has awarded Pratt & Whitney a $37 million contract to provide engine overhaul and maintenance services for a portion of the carrier’s CFM56-3 and CFM56-7B engine fleet.

TUI Airline Management has awarded Pratt & Whitney a seven-year contract to provide full-scale engine overhaul and maintenance services for a portion of the carrier’s CFM56-3 and CFM56-7B engine fleet.

The agreement covers 28 engines that power 14 Boeing 737-400 and 737-800 aircraft flown by the six airlines in the TUI Airline organisation. The estimated value of the contract is $37 million dollars.

The work will be performed at Pratt & Whitney’s dedicated Norway Engine Centre at the Stavanger Airport in Norway.

TUI Airline Management, based in Hanover, is the parent company of six airlines, including: Hapag-Lloyd Flug, Germany; Britannia Nordic, Sweden; Corsair, France and Britannia UK.