Aero Norway invests in five more CFM56-3 engines

Aero Norway ©Siv Sivertsen

Aero Norway, the independent engine MRO provider, has invested in five more CFM56-3 engines which it will introduce into the refurbish and sell program. The original plan was to undertake a total of six refurbish and sell CFM56-3 engines for 2020. However, to support its customers and fill the slots caused by deferred -5B/-7B workscopes caused by COVID-19, five more CFM56 -3 engines have been added to its portfolio.

Throughout March and April, the company has inducted mostly CFM56-3 engines for repair and overhaul as the COVID-19 pandemic has seen operators of the classic freighters burn more hours than ever before to support today’s increased cargo demand.  It will continue to do so throughout this year as engine maintenance requirements from freighter customers are set to increase, and the acquisition of five serviceable engines will help these operators sustain seamless flight maneuvers.

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