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Asiana Airlines Signs A330 FHS Components Contract with Airbus

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South Koreas Asiana Airlines has selected Airbus Flight Hour Services (FHS) to provide components support for its daily A330 operations.

The FHS Components agreement, which will run for 10 years, provides an extensive scope of A330 line replaceable units (LRUs), guaranteed spare parts availability through pool access service, on-site stock at customer main base and selected outstations, as well as repair service to Asiana Airlines.

Mr. Sang-Woo Noh, SVP Purchasing & Legal Affairs at Asiana Airlines said, With the experience and professional Flight Hour Services support already being demonstrated by Airbus on our A380 fleet, we are confident that this new Airbus FHS Component contract will likewise ensure the highest A330 operational performance.

Asiana Airlines currently operates 33 single aisle A320 Family aircraft, 15 twin aisle widebody A330-300s and two double deck A380s. The carrier also has outstanding orders for four more A380s and 30 all-new A350 XWB aircraft.

Didier Lux, EVP Customer Services at Airbus said, This new agreement is a major step to build on our existing relationship with Asiana Airlines and is proof of its confidence in the Airbus FHS solution. We are extremely proud that another world-class airline has reaffirmed its trust in the quality of our technical and competitive services.

Asiana Airlines is the sixth operator to have selected Airbus Flight Hour Services for the A330.

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