Korean Air was awarded a five-year contract from United Airlines to perform heavy maintenance on UA's fleet of 27 747-400s. Under the deal, Korean Air will perform C and D checks in addition to parts overhaul services. The first aircraft scheduled to receive a D check arrived at Korean's Gimhae plant in Busan on July 18. According to Korean, the deal is valued at $12 million each year. Pratt & Whitney was awarded a seven-year contract from Martinair to service the PW4462 and PW4060 ...

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