On the first day of the 16th Dubai Airshow, exhibitors announced the signing of a range of deals and agreements, including the purchase of 23 commercial and helicopter aircraft, as well as engine and maintenance contracts.
In detail, Sanad Aviation Technologies announced that it has signed a new strategic agreement with General Electric Company to provide maintenance services for the latest types of engines used on wide-body and narrow-body aircraft.
Under the $ 136.2 million (about AED 500 million) agreement, Abu Dhabi-based Sanad Aviation Technologies will provide GE with the GEnx engine overhaul services as well as engine maintenance services. CFM International (LEAP), in favor of General Electric Company.
Boeing has announced a deal to sell two 787 Dreamliners to Bangladesh Airlines for $ 585 million (Dhs 2.146 billion), according to the current price list.
Embraer and Egypt's Siaf Aircraft and Equipment Rental have signed a deal to buy three E190s, valued at $ 161.4 million (about AED 592.3 million), at the current price list.
EgyptAir and Boeing have also signed agreements on the sidelines of the Dubai Airshow, under which EgyptAir will receive support from Boeing's landing gear repair and replacement program. Includes components and equipment for building a spare engine.
The company has signed a purchase agreement with the Horizon International Aviation Academy, which includes 12 Bell 505 helicopters.
De Havilland, a Canadian aircraft company, has announced that, as part of the Dubai Airshow, Ellen Group has signed an agreement to purchase three Dash 8-400 aircraft. VR Technologies, part of Russian Helicopters Holding, signed a contract with Pratt & Whitney to install PW207V turbine engines on VRT500 helicopters on the first day of the exhibition.
Sanad Aviation Technologies has signed an agreement with General Electric to provide maintenance services.
EgyptAir receives support from Boeing's landing gear repair and replacement program.
Boeing's deal with Boeing worth AED 1 billion