Iberia Maintenance and RwandAir have signed a multi-year exclusive contract to maintain the CFM56-7B and 7BE engines powering the airline’s Boeing 737 fleet.
Iberia Maintenance was selected by RwandAir following a rigorous process, with a proposal deemed to be the most competitive, including engine lease, logistics and customised work scope utilising the Spanish company´s engineering expertise.
Iberia Maintenance’s engine shop, located in Madrid, is specialised in CFM56, V2500 and RB211 engines and provides services to a worldwide customer base of airlines, OEMs and the wider industry.
Operating from Kigali, RwandAir is one of the world’s fastest-growing airlines and operates one of the youngest state-of-the-art fleets on the African continent operating 12 aircraft with an average age of just under six years. The airline currently offers services to 25 destinations across 21 countries throughout Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.