SpiceJet and Turkish Technic sign component support contract
SpiceJet, India's most preferred low cost airline, owned by the Sun Group of India and operated by SpiceJet Limited, and Turkish Technic , have signed a contract for comprehensive component support for the airline's Boeing 737 NG fleet for a term of five years extendable to ten years, a leverage to SpiceJet service excellence.
The contract comprises component supply and repair on ATA Chapter basis. Components will be supplied from Istanbul / Turkey. Repair and overhaul work of the components will be executed at the Turkish Technic sites Istanbul / Turkey.
SpiceJet (IATA: SG, ICAO: SEJ), operates in Chennai International Airport (Chennai), Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi), Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (Hyderabad) operates 36 Boeing 737-800 / 737-900ER and 15 Bombardier Q400. SpiceJet provides scheduled domestic flights as well as scheduled international flights over 350 flights daily to 51Indian cities and 7 international destinations.
Turkish Technic (IATP: TKT), an association of Turkish Airlines group companies (Istanbul Stock Exchange: THYAO), is the leading maintenance center in its region, providing technical services for Airframe, Engine, APU and components for a wide range of Airlines from Europe, Middle East, Asia, CIS and Northern Africa at its base in Istanbul, with a highly qualified and well-trained workforce over 4.800 personnel together with HABOM A.S., a Turkish Airlines group MRO company.