Fokker and StandardAero join forces in FLYFokker partnership
The partnership between Fokker Services, part of Fokker Technologies, and StandardAero broadens the range of services offered in the FLYFokker program by adding engine services to the services pallet. These services include engine familiarization and engine borescope training, dedicated 24/7 Field Service teams, accessory overhaul and test capability and rental engine support.
The FLYFokker program was launched in 2009 and consists of cost-effective aircraft and service solutions for start-up, mature and phase-out operators. Since the launch of the program, numerous of airlines around the world have started operating Fokker aircraft.
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The FLYFokker program encompasses a full scope of services that cover the supportive needs of Fokker operators throughout the life cycle of the fleet. The program consists of four support solutions namely: Take Off, Take Care, Take Over and Take Next. The program is based on Fokker Services’ extensive experience in providing support.
“Fokker Services is very pleased to broaden the services range of the various FLYFokker programs with engine services from StandardAero, especially given their experience with the PW125B engine and global presence, allowing our customers to further optimize the operation of their Fokker fleet”, says Heino van der Laan, Vice President Marketing & Sales Fokker Services.
“StandardAero is delighted to bring its 20+ years of PW100 engine expertise, along with our global service network, to the support of the FLYFokker program,” says Marc Wittingen, Director, International Sales, Airlines & Fleets, StandardAero. “Whichever support solution customers require StandardAero has the capabilities to offer a full menu of engine services from which they can custom select, such as in-house engine familiarization and engine borescope training, dedicated 24/7 Field Service teams, in-house accessory overhaul and test capability, as well as rental engine support.”
Source : Fokker Technologies