Kuwait Airways has signed a three-year $100 million deal with Volvo's AGES Group for the sale of the airline's surplus spares. In April the Middle East carrier took delivery of the first of two Boeing 777s which are to replace its two Boeing 747-200s. Boca Raton, Florida-based AGES has also signed a joint marketing agreement with Honeywell to sell its surplus avionics equipment inventory.

Source: Flight International