Safran acquired the ElectroMechanical Systems business of Collins Aerospace.

Revima acquired Chromalloy France, which provides engine parts repair and special coating services at Saint-Ouen l’Aumône (near Paris); and Toulouse-based Flight Watching, which specializes in digital analytics, visualization and predictive maintenance software and solutions.

Etihad Airways Engineering and Tarmac Aerosave formed a maintenance partnership.

Satair has Joramco contract to supply consumables/expendables for Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

Magnetic MRO and Saudi Arabia’s First Premium For Support Services signed an MOU to establish wheel/tire, brake, oxygen refill, and battery shops in Jeddah.

Boeing was selected by Uzbekistan Airways for its 787 landing gear exchange program.

EFW delivered its second converted Airbus A330-200F to EgyptAir.

VD Gulf (Volga-Dnepr Technics) was approved for Boeing 777 maintenance at Sharjah.

PEMCO Conversions secured launch order from Chisholm Enterprises to convert a Boeing 737-700 to full freighter starting in 2Q19 for operation by Texel Air out of Bahrain International Airport.

Kellstrom Aerospace was selected by AMETEK Ameron (dba MASS Systems) as an exclusive EMEA distributor for its fire extinguishers, O2 cylinders, crew masks and components.

OEMSservices was named by Triumph Integrated Systems Actuation & Control as its exclusive repair distributor in the Middle East and Africa out of its Dubai service center in the Jebel Ali Free Zone.

SIA Engineering earned S$33.1 million ($24.2 million) in the 3Q ended Dec. 31, 2018 (vs S$55.3 million a year ago) on 5.6% lower revenues, mainly from lower airframe and fleet management revenue.

Safran Nacelles has been selected by SriLankan Airlines for two long-term agreements to provide asset management and unscheduled cover of the nacelles that equip the airline’s Airbus A330ceo jetliner fleet powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines and Airbus A320/A321neo jetliner fleet powered by CFM LEAP-1A engines.