Delta Air Lines Inc.‘s maintenance arm, Delta TechOps, has signed a three-year deal with Taiwan-based EVA Airways Corp. and its subsidiary, UNI Air.

TechOps will service Boeing 747s for EVA and Douglas 90 aircraft for UNI.  The deal will be administered through a partnership with Evergreen Aviation Technologies Corp., which currently provides comprehensive maintenance for both airlines.

TechOps generated more than $500 million in revenue for Delta last year. It manages maintenance and repairs for Delta’s fleet of 750 planes and also serves 150 airline clients around the world. 

The Taiwan deal is a way for TechOps to boost its presence in Asia, Tony Charaf, TechOps president, said in a statement. 


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