Turbomeca, Saab sign A109 LUH contract
Turbomeca has announced that it has signed a contract with Saab for the repair and overhaul of Arrius 2K2 modules and engines installed on A109 LUH helicopters of the Swedish Air Force. The company made the announcement 30 August 2012.
According to Turbomeca, the contract signed with Saab is a customised Global Support Package (GSP) for the Swedish Air Force A109 LUHS helicopters equipped with Turbomeca’s Arrius 2K2. The agreement covers 43 Arrius 2K2 engines in operation (40 installed on 20 A109 LUHS and 3 spares) and their related accessories. Training technicians and spares can also be offered via this agreement.
Saab is responsible for the maintenance including warehousing and availability management of the complete operation, except line maintenance and foreign operation bases.
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