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Malaysia Airlines extends trust with AFI KLM E&M services

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Malaysia Airlines has signed a component support contract for its Boeing 737 fleet with Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) hence, extending its long-standing relationship.

AFI KLM E&M is to provide tailored component solutions including MBK, pool, repair and logistics under this contract. The component support solutions provided to Malaysia Airlines are carried out through the Component Services Programme (CSP) which is jointly operated by AFI KLM E&M and Boeing. The services include component repair and access to AFI KLM E&M’s local and main spare parts pools, located in Kuala Lumpur and Amsterdam respectively.

The high quality of the CSP, which combines expertise of an Airline-MRO and the aircraft manufacturer, as well as the component availability solutions deployed in proximity to Malaysia Airlines’ facilities, have so far given full satisfaction to the airline.

Malaysia Airlines Group Chief Operations Officer Ahmad Luqman Mohd Azmi was quoted to have said that, “the support implemented by AFI KLM E&M for our fleet of 737-800s stands out both for its service quality and responsiveness to fulfilling our needs for specific component services and support to ensure operational continuity, so it was a logical decision to extend our cooperation”.

KLM E&M Executive Vice President Ton Dortmans is delighted to see that Malaysia Airlines has maintained and even extended its trust in the AFI KLM E&M.

He said, “We are delighted to see that Malaysia Airlines has maintained and even extended its trust in AFI KLM E&M services”.

He further mentioned that, it testifies to the quality of their services and emphasises their ability to provide solutions backed by a global logistics network built around local facilities on their clients’ doorsteps.

Joan Kifuko
Joan Kifuko is a communications enthusiast that is currently working as a writer at The Aviator magazine where you find your aviation news in one place. She is a journalist that has previously worked as a sales associate, guest relations officer, brand ambassador hence, the love for new adventures and roles. Joan graduated with a Bachelors degree of science in journalism.

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