July 30, 2019 – Fort Lauderdale, Florida – GA Telesis (the Company), a leader in integrated aviation services, reported the execution of a new long-term agreement with China Express to overhaul landing gear valued at $27 Million (USD). The agreement has a five (5) year term and covers the repair and overhaul of the entire fleet of CRJ900 landing gear. The agreement encompasses coverage of 35 aircraft over five years, and includes a leasing component that was created and provided by the Inventory Leasing Group from within the GA Telesis Ecosystem™.
“With this agreement, the company has strategically positioned itself as a provider of worldwide landing gear MRO overhauls,” said Pastor Lopez, President of GA Telesis MRO Services. “Because of the breadth of services GA Telesis provides, we were able to create customized solutions for the customer that enhances its operations beyond landing gear,” he added.
The MRO Services group has a strong focus on performance by deploying lean operations and eliminating waste from daily activities that lead to direct cost savings for our customers. Our “OEM Parts Only Philosophy” and current OEM arrangements provide a great benefit to GA Telesis’ customers and OEM partners. GA Telesis can deliver OEM quality material at competitive prices to its customers while enhancing the OEM’s market channels.
About GA Telesis
GA Telesis is a global leader providing integrated solutions to the aviation and aerospace industries. Built on the premise of “Customer Success” being the goal, GA Telesis serves over 3,000 customers including airlines, OEMs, MROs and suppliers worldwide with 31 leasing, sales, distribution and MRO operations in 19 countries. At GA Telesis, the company’s core business is integrated aviation solutions and their mission is customer success. For further information: please contact: email@example.com
About China Express
China Express Airlines, China’s first private regional airline, is a Guizhou-based airline providing domestic services using a fleet of Bombardier CRJ-series aircraft since March 2007. The carrier operates services from its hub at Chongqing Airport, as well as secondary hubs at Guiyang Airport, Dalian Airport, Hohhot Airport and Xi’an Airport.