Ethiopian Airlines (ET) signed a seven-year contract with Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies (ADAT) earlier this month, to provide Integrated Component Solutions (ICS) to its Boeing 737NG fleet. The agreement covers 19 aircraft, comprising 11 in ET’s existing 737NGs plus eight new aircraft on order; it also provides repair cycle management and pool access coverage. This will be supported by the combined ICS capabilities and experience of both ADAT and SR Technics. An ET spokesman ...

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