The young South Korean airline has enlisted the expertise of AFI KLM E&M to maintain its CFM56-7b engines.
Paris, Amstelveen, October 11th 2022 – Fly Gangwon and AFI KLM E&M have announced the conclusion of a full engine support agreement for the CFM56-7b units powering the South Korean airline’s 3 Boeing 737-800 aircraft (as well as any others added to the fleet while the contract remains active). The MRO solutions to be provided cover a wide range of needs, from carrying out shop visits to the delivery of On-Wing/On-Site operations, as well as availability-oriented services such as the provision of temporary replacement engines.
Comprehensive and tailored support to boost performance
This “Full Support” model ensures Fly Gangwon will benefit from an exhaustive service package, founded upon the Airline-MRO Group’s vast expertise and experience, in order to guarantee maximum availability for its aircraft engines. For both scheduled operations and AOG situations, Fly Gangwon will be able to rely upon AFI KLM E&M’s dedicated support and know-how, covering its engine support needs in order to sustain operational continuity.
Pierre Teboul, SVP Commercial at AFI KLM E&M, stated: "AFI KLM E&M is delighted that Fly Gangwon, a young and dynamic airline, has chosen to place its trust in us. This agreement is a testament to our teams’ ability to provide comprehensive solutions adapted to the needs of aviation start-ups in every global region.”
Heung Ki Kim, Managing Director of the maintenance department of Fly Gangwon, added: “with its experience, technical know-how and dual profile as an Airline-MRO, AFI KLM E&M constitutes a benchmark partner in the field of aeronautical maintenance for our airline. We know that we can count on their solutions to be expert, reliable, and adapted to our technical and operational goals, providing efficient support for our ongoing development.”