Parker Aerospace, a business unit of Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, and its Customer Support Operations have signed a long-term agreement with Tianjin Airlines to provide a comprehensive maintenance package for its fleet of Embraer 190 E-Jet aircraft.
This agreement is part of an enhanced service offering provided by Parker in partnership with operators. The agreement supports the maintenance, repair, and overhaul needs for the airlines’ 190 E-Jet fleet in addition to inventory management and a quick turnaround replenishment service.
“Parker is proud to form this partnership with Tianjin Airlines,” said Fergus Lopez, director of Asia Pacific for Parker Aerospace’s Customer Support Operations. “We look forward to providing enhanced support and cost predictability to our new customer.”
"We are glad to reach a cost-per-hour agreement with Parker on the EMB 190. We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to those who have put in tremendous effort on this agreement," said Vice President of Tianjin Airlines Jeff Hu. "The material support level will improve with the advance ship service and material cost will be fixed by the CPH. We look forward to a win-win cooperation with Parker."
“This long-term partnership with Tianjin Airlines will help bring Parker’s commitment to providing global reach, local focus to customers in China,” said Vice President of Parker Aerospace’s Customer Support Operations Bonnie Peat. “We are proud to bring regional support to the rapidly growing and important China and Asia Pacific marketplace.”
With excellent operating quality and outstanding service quality, Tianjin Airlines was awarded Best Regional Airlines of the Year by Center for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) in 2009, Best Domestic Regional Airlines of China and World 4-star Airlines by SKYTRAX in 2011. Tianjin Airlines has become the youngest 4-star airlines in the global civil aviation industry. Tianjin Airlines was again awarded Best Domestic Regional Airlines of China by SKYTRAX in 2014.
Source: Parker Aerospace
Date: May 4, 2015