Air Transport Intelligence news - February 06, 2011
Brazil's Gol expects to reduce its maintenance costs as it starts to work with Delta TechOps in certifying its MRO facility with the US FAA.
PR Newswire (press release) - February 03, 2011
As part of the five-year deal, which includes an additional five-year option, Delta TechOps will provide engine overhauls for a minimum of 50 percent of ...
Business Wire (press release) - January 10, 2011
Representatives of Delta TechOps discuss how they increased throughput without adding personnel or capital equipment. The results are impressive – Delta ...
Flight Global - November 09, 2010
It is hard to imagine that an evolution from proven efficiency-improving concepts of Lean and Six Sigma could drive even more throughput for an organisation the size of Delta TechOps. But the application of Eliyahu Goldratt's "Theory of Constraints" is underpinning the drive of Delta's maintenance business to reduce the time engines spend in overhaul by up to 50%.
Airline Business - October 26, 2010
[...] Delta Air Lines is strong in the in-house field through its Delta TechOps division, which services its own fleet, along with 150 other operators. Delta TechOps president Tony Charaf says his team is performing a market analysis to see what kind of work can be offered at Minneapolis following Delta's merger with Northwest Airline. Delta is seeking Part 145 certification for Minneapolis and plans to do the same for Detroit. [...]
Airline Reporter - October 08, 2010
Delta's Technical Operations (TechOps) is located on the east side of the airport and is about 1.5 miles long. My tour guide, Anthony Black, thankfully opted for a golf cart, since we had a lot of ground to cover...
Business Week - October 06, 2010
Delta took in $508 million in MRO revenue in 2009, up from about $200 million just a decade earlier, said Tony Charaf of Delta's TechOps unit.
The Cranky Flier - September 03, 2010
Today, let’s start with the mammoth Delta TechOps maintenance facility. With 63 acres, this place now serves 150 airlines worldwide. My question was simple. How could an airline which outsources some maintenance to other countries create a growing, profitable maintenance business inside the US as well? The answer actually makes a lot of sense.
Air Cargo News - July 19, 2010
... the freighters enter its operating fleet, providing access to engine maintenance via CAM's contract with Delta TechOps, a subsidiary of Delta Air Lines...
AMTOnline.com - April 21, 2010
Delta Air Lines' (NYSE: DAL) maintenance division, Delta TechOps, today announced that the company has signed a long-term strategic contract with Global Avia Logistics ...