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Fred Ahles, president of the respected Premier Aircraft Sales in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, said that while a factory reman engine might have a wider target audience, his firm has no problem selling aircraft with engines overhauled by "big name" engine shops (he specifically mentioned Certified Aircraft Engines in Opa Locka, Florida) that use factory-new cylinders--often an upcharge from the basic overhaul price.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Corporate Planning Director of National Iranian Drilling Company (NIDC) Naser Gholipour said on Saturday that six drilling rigs will be overhauled this year.
The engine, a CF6-80A owned by DHL and operated by Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, also represented the 17th completed CF6 engine fully overhauled by CTS to date in 2015.
The company, based in Nantgarw, services aircraft engines for the airline, including the CFM56 engine, the GE90 engine and the Rolls-Royce RB211 engine which has been overhauled at the facility for the last two decades.
Then a one-for-one exchange is made, returning the removed component for a new or overhauled recapitalized asset.
Mexico has overhauled its election codes at least eight times in the past 50 years in the name of reform.
In recent years, the volumes of the engines overhauled in Bromma, the JT8D and JT9D, have declined sharply.
To date, 450 kilometers of the railway have been overhauled.
We have worked with many countries and have overhauled their planes and we have even overhauled planes in the African continent and South America," Izadi said.
Daunting or not, PT-6s eventually have to be overhauled and the market for such services is competitive and well-served, albeit structured a bit differently than the piston-engine overhaul world.
Lufthansa Technik Landing Gear Services UK (LTLGS) has overhauled the 25th Landing Gear set of the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft type.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian experts repaired and overhauled a C-130 military plane used for transporting military forces and equipment.