Delta TechOps today announced four major deals worth up to $845 million for both new work and contract extensions on a mix of airline engines.

The Atlanta-based maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) specialist signed a new deal with Seoul-based Asiana Airlines, plus contract extensions with US-based ABX Air, Air Berlin and Brazil’s GOL Airlines.

The five-year agreement with Asiana includes repair and overhaul work on CFM56-3 engines. Asiana operates a mix of 25 Boeing and Airbus narrowbodies. Delta TechOps estimates the deal is worth $45 million.

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Meanwhile, Air Berlin has requested a 10-year extension to an overhaul contract for CFM56-7 engines nearly two years before the original deal expired.

GOL also signed a 10-year extension for Delta TechOps to continue supporting its CFM56-3 and CFM56-7 engines.

Finally, ABX Air will extend its current engine repair and maintenance agreement for Boeing 767 cargo aircraft, although the term of the new deal was not disclosed. Delta TechOps supports the General Electric CF6-80C2 and the Pratt & Whitney PW4000, both of which power the 767.

Source: Air Transport Intelligence news