Thai Airways International has signed a 12-year agreement with General Electric for maintenance, repair and overhaul of the airline's GE90-115B engines that power its 14 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
The agreement, which is for GE’s OnPoint solutions, also includes on wing support, new and used-serviceable parts, component repair and technology upgrades, says GE.
“With an engine manufacturer taking care of maintenance, Thai [Airways] feels ensured of receiving the highest quality designed workscopes as well as supplied parts to always keep the engines in the best operating configurations and efficiency leading to smooth aircraft operation,” says Chalermpon Intarawong, Thai Airways’ executive vice president of the technical department.
Besides operating 777s, Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database shows that Thai Airways also operates other Boeing aircraft including four 787s, 14 747s, as well as 23 Airbus A330s and six A380s.
Source: Cirium Dashboard