Philippines Airlines has extended two engine flight hour support contracts with Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M).  

The newly-inked agreements will cover the GE90 engines that power Philippine Airlines’ Boeing 777-300ER fleet, as well as the CFM International CFM56-5B turbofans that power its Airbus A320ceo fleet. 

B777-300ER-Philippine Airlines PAL-c-Boeing

Source: Boeing

“AFI KLM E&M will support PAL with GE90 shop visits for as long as the 777 serves on the airline’s fleet. Cooperation is also extended on the CFM56-5B engines for PAL’s A320s serving domestic and regional routes,” the MRO provider says. 

Cirium fleets data shows Philippine Airlines to have a fleet of eight in-service 777-300ERs, with another two in storage.

The carrier, which exited restructuring in late-2021, has a fleet of six A320ceos in service, and two examples stored.