Iberia wins new contracts to maintain another 20 engines

Iberia has signed new exclusive contracts with Italian carriers Eurofly and Meridiana to maintain their CFM-56-5B engines at the Iberia Maintenance facilities in Madrid. The five-year contracts call for the maintenance of 20 CFM-56-5B engines, as well as their components, used to power eight Airbus A-320s and two Airbus A-319s.

Meridiana was founded in 1963 to help develop the Costa Smeralda in Sardinia. Based in Olbia, it operates 62 flights to 30 destinations. Eurofly is another Italian company with flights to 18 destinations, including Fuerteventura and Tenerife Sur in the Canary Islands.

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