K-Mile signs up FL Technics for freighter spare parts service

Cargo airline K-Mile Asia has signed a deal with FL Technics that will see the maintenance company provide spare parts for the Thai airline’s two Boeing 737 freighters.
The deal will see FL Technics provide both routine and ad hoc spare parts delivery for K-Mile’s two B737-400SF at the carrier’s hub at Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK), Bangkok, Thailand.
The agreement also covers spare parts deliveries to airports in Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, as well as other destinations in the region.
“Suvarnabhumi airport is a major aviation hub for both passenger and cargo transportation. In order to ensure smooth operations from this airport, airlines need reliable partners that can provide prompt and, most importantly, quality support, including spare parts supply.
“We are thankful to our colleagues at K-Mile Asia for choosing us as their MRO partner,” said Zilvinas Lapinskas, chief executive of FL Technics.

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