Wed, Nov 16, 2005
Renews Maintenance Contract For Saab 340, 2000 Aircraft
Saab Aircraft has
renewed its contract with Rockwell Collins to provide support and
maintenance of avionics onboard Saab 340 and Saab 2000 aircraft.
The price-per-flight-hour contract extends through 2010 and
encompasses Saab Aircraft AB in Sweden, as well as Saab's-U.S.
based customer support organization, Saab Aircraft of America
"We have a long history of providing support services for Saab
Aircraft and look forward to continuing this relationship," said
Scott Gunnufson, vice president of business operations for Rockwell
Collins' Services business, to Aero-News.
The agreement covers Saab 340 and Saab 2000 (above) aircraft
enrolled in the Saab Aircraft�s Parts Exchange Program and
includes maintenance, service and repair of Rockwell Collins
avionics. Rockwell Collins' service centers in the United States
and the United Kingdom will provide the support.
Saab Aircraft, with offices in Sweden and Sterling, Virginia in
the US, supports and maintains the combined Saab 340 and Saab 2000
fleet of over 500 aircraft in service with operators around the
Saab Aircraft AB is a Business Unit within the Saab group.
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