According to an IAI statement the long-term agreement, spans work potentially worth tens of millions of dollars to IAI’s Bedek Aviation Group. Under the first phase of the pact, Bedek Aviation will perform heavy checks on two of Deta Air’s DC-10-40SF aircraft, part of a fleet that includes Russian cargo planes.
The Almaty-based carrier expects to carry 12,000 tonnes of cargo in 2009 on a route network connecting Kazakstan, China, Korea, Europe and the Middle East. Bedek said the new maintenance agreement could bring it "tens of millions of dollars."
IsraelPresident Shimon Peres and Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Masimov witnessed the signing of the commercial agreement. 09/07/2009 1:18 pm