Delta TechOps Expands Maintenance Relationship with Omni Air
ATLANTA.- Delta Air Lines’ (NYSE: DAL) maintenance division, Delta TechOps, today announced it has expanded its maintenance agreement with Tulsa-based Omni Air International (OAI) to include component and inventory support for the charter airline’s new Boeing 767 fleet.
As part of the five-year agreement, Delta TechOps will provide component and inventory support on OAI’s B767s, including avionics and hydraulics. Delta TechOps and OAI’s partnership began in 2003 with TechOps providing component support on OAI’s 757 fleet.
"The integrity and professionalism of the men and women of Delta TechOps is what drives the growth of our MRO business and keeps our customers coming back,” said Tony Charaf, president of Delta TechOps. “Our customers value the team’s in-depth knowledge, experience and understanding of airline operations.”
“Adding our newly acquired 767 fleet to Delta TechOps’ maintenance portfolio just makes sense,” said David Gantner, Omni Air senior director of Maintenance, Material and Engineering. ”Our longstanding partnership with them along with their performance and outstanding customer service makes it a great fit.”
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