• New Total Component Maintenance (TCM) contract for
    Boeing 737NG fleet
  • Extension of Total Component Support (TCS®) for
    Boeing 777/Airbus A330 fleets

Lufthansa Technik AG and the Indian international carrier Jet Airways
have expanded their cooperation. Representatives of both companies
signed a Total Component Maintenance (TCM) contract for Jet Airways'
narrowbody fleet of 80 Boeing 737NG, with single components repaired
in a closed-loop and flat rate-based process. In addition, the
existing Total Component Support (TCS®) contract for Jet Airways'
widebody fleet was extended by another seven years. The contract
comprises an extensive component pooling-based support for ten Boeing
777 and eight Airbus A330 aircraft.

Amit Agarwal, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Jet Airways, said:
"As India's premier international airline, Jet Airways follows a
stringent selection process for service providers. We are pleased to
expand the scope of our ongoing relationship with Lufthansa Technik
to include our Boeing 737NG fleet, in addition to our A330 and 777
fleets, for which they have been a reliable component supplier for
many years. We look forward to an excellent partnership with them."

"Jet Airways is one of the most successful international airlines in
the fast growing Indian aviation market. We are very proud that we
have been a long-term preferred partner for Jet," said Gerald
Steinhoff, Vice President Corporate Sales Asia Pacific at Lufthansa
Technik. "Our experience in component support and also our
long-lasting activities in the Indian market will help us to further
improve the best possible technical support for their fleet. Our long
association with Jet Airways is proof of the commitment we make to
our customers."

Lufthansa Technik Services India is the local presence in the
country. Customers from South-East Asia and India can count on a
fast, local material service for a growing number of aircraft types
and rely on highly skilled customer service in their region. The
company supports airlines in every aspect of their component
maintenance requirements, using the extensive network of Lufthansa
Technik. It also owns and manages the home base material stock for
customers in India for their single-aisle aircraft as well as
widebody fleets.