Colibri Aero, an international supplier of aircraft parts and interior solutions, has signed an engine maintenance and sale agreement with a US-based engine component manufacturer Enjet Aero. Two CFM56 engines have already been shipped to Enjet Aero’s locations in the USA and China.
Under the agreement, Colibri Aero has acquired a set of two CFM56-3C1 engines from an undisclosed third party and conducted their resource restoration. Following the end of maintenance works, the set was inspected and accepted by Enjet Aero’s engineering team, as well as prepared for transportation. In January 2020, one of the engines was shipped to the customer’s base in the USA while the remaining one was delivered to an Enjet Aero’s location in China.
“It’s an inspiring and promising start of the year! We are happy to enter 2020 with a new cooperation with Enjet Aero. I’m also proud of our team which yet again proved its flexibility by sealing the deal earlier in January 2020. We are grateful to our new US customer which awarded us with the contract,” shared the founder and CEO of Colibri Aero Andrius Norkevičius.
“We know Andrius and his team for many years now. When it comes to matters requiring flexible, yet agile solutions, they have our confidence. Thus, we were glad to cooperate with Colibri Aero which located the engines and delivered them in perfect condition without any delay,” said Name Surname, the CEO of Enjet Aero.
Colibri Aero is an EASA Part 145 and Part 21-certified company specializing in narrow and regional aircraft components supply, as well as interior solutions. With key capabilities covering Airbus, Boeing, ATR, Bombardier, and Embraer aircraft, the company supports customers from around the world, including German leisure airlines TUI fly and Condor, the Kazakh flag carrier Air Astana, one of Russia’s leading air carriers Rossiya, and other.