TechOps will conduct maintenance, repair and overhaul work on the Pratt & Whitney 4000-series engines that power Austrian Airlines' 767 fleet.
​​The GSE team is making in-house upgrades to the airline's TUG tractors at a fraction of the cost, driving improved sustainability.
The airline is now at 104 days for the mainline system, compared to 87 this time last year.
This work builds on the partnership between Delta and Korean Air that offers customers world-class travel benefits across one of the most comprehensive route networks in the trans-Pacific market.
New facility future-proofs Delta for decades to come, further enhances engine maintenance capabilities.
The test cell will provide capabilities to test a new assortment of engines that will advance Delta into the future.
Under this agreement Delta TechOps will provide engine line maintenance support services at remote sites for Trent 700, Trent 800, Trent XWB, Trent 1000 and Trent 7000 operators.
Delta TechOps employees go above and beyond each and every day to keep the airline’s more than 850 mainline aircraft flying safely worldwide and provide a seamless travel experience for customers.
​Through an agreement with Boeing, Delta is providing airframe and engine maintenance on the U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon fleet at its nearly 2.7 million square feet facility in Atlanta.
Delta is the first major U.S. carrier to invest Airbus' Skywise platform.