Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services (LTLS) and SuperJet International (SJI) expanding their cooperation. According to the agreements signed, LTLS assumed management of spare parts for the SuperJet International to Fort Loderdeyle / USA / thus increasing the possibility of the center support with spare parts of aircraft Sukhoi Superjet 100 / SSJ100 / Frankfurt am Main / Germany /.
On the basis of these agreements, SuperJet International and Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services provide an infrastructure for the SSJ100 operators fast and reliable supply of spare parts in North and South America.
Fort Lauderdale has been selected on the basis proximity to the first operator in the region — Mexican airline Interjet, moreover, Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL) is the base for the 27 airlines that connect 65 national and 26 international points in Canada, the Bahamas, in the countries of the Caribbean, as well as in Europe, Mexico, Central and South America. In addition, bred Miami International Airport / MIA / directly in the neighborhood extends surprising number of aeronautical communications.
In the framework of cooperation of Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services / LTLS / take over the after-sales service of aircraft SSJ100. To him include: warehouse management, storage, processing applications and sending parts to operators as well as the replacement cycle management units, unserviceable (unserviceable parts). In addition to this service will be offered on customs clearance, control by occupancy of the warehouse of spare parts and a 24-hour logistics support statements (about the principle of 24/7).
With its eight strategically located offices in the United States and a wide range of services, LTLS is a specialist in the field of aviation logistics in the North American market. "The location of Fort Loderdeyla, which is in the southern part of Florida, great for tinning aircraft operators in North, Central and South America. Based on this cooperation we will be able to service future operators of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 in the region" — said Mr. Steffen Fondell, Managing Director of Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services in the United States.
The first customer aircraft SSJ100, airline Interjet, ordered 20 aircraft of this type with the option of a further 10 additional machines. The first aircraft was delivered in June, and the second will follow shortly. The airline has bases in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara and San José del Cabo.