Russia's Alrosa Airlines has contracted Lufthansa Technik to provide component support for its Boeing 737 fleet.
At the MAKS air show in Moscow, the Mirny-based carrier - which is part of the Alrosa Mining Group, Russia's largest diamond producer - signed a total support agreement covering four current-generation 737s.
The deal is effective immediately and includes equipment repairs and spare-part supply.
Alrosa is in the process of replacing its Tupolev Tu-154 fleet with 737s and will also add three Bombardier Q400s in the short term, says LHT.
The turboprops are not covered by the component support deal, however.
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