Delta TechOps yesterday announced major deals with Pratt & Whitney and regional partner Mesa Air Group, plus tentative agreements with engine suppliers and parts makers. The contract with Mesa is a 12-year deal worth approximately $300 million to support Mesa's CF34s. Delta said its TechOps division now manages Mesa's entire engine fleet and will provide on-site program management at its Phoenix base. Mesa MRO Services Director Gary Appling said TechOps will furnish MRO, on-wing ...

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