Air India has issued a tender seeking landing gear overhaul services for a Boeing 707-337C aircraft.

Tender documents show that the aircraft is registered VT-DXT and is operated by the Indian Air Force. The 1968-vintage unit is maintained by Air India’s MRO unit, Air India Engineering Services.

The gears needing overhaul covers the nose landing gear, as well as the right and left main landing gears. These gears have been planned for removal on 20 July.

Interested MROs are to have provided landing gear overhaul services to two airlines which operate Boeing aircraft, and must provide a minimum warranty of 1200 flight cycles or 12 months, whichever occurs earlier.

Bids are to be sent by 27th March at 16:00 local time to Air India’s materials management department in Mumbai.

Source: Cirium Dashboard