Pratt & Whitney (P&W) and Royal Brunei Airlines have signed a three-year agreement for overhaul and part repair services for the airline's V2500 engines.

The work will be performed at P&W's Christchurch Engine Centre in New Zealand, says Tom Mayes, vice president, Global Engine Centres.

"In addition to the overhaul and repair services, we will also work with Royal Brunei to provide lease engine support to ensure minimal disruption to their operations," he adds.

S. P. Tan, the airline's executive vice president engineering, says: "As a major partner in the International Aero Engines consortium, we are confident Pratt & Whitney can best meet our needs."

Royal Brunei's four Airbus A320 family aircraft are powered by V2500 engines, according to Flightglobal's ACAS database.

Source: Air Transport Intelligence news