From MarketWatch.com – Link to source story – Thanks CW
By Olivia Bugault | September 13, 2021
Safran SA said Monday that it will supply wheels, brakes and carbon heat sinks to Canadian low-cost airline Flair Airlines to equip its fleet of Boeing Co. 737NG and 737MAX aircraft.
Safran Landing Systems, a subsidiary of the French aerospace-and-defense company, will produce the aircraft equipment at its plant in Walton, Ky., and will also partner with Canada’s Hope Aero Propeller & Components to provide logistics and maintenance services for the wheels and carbon brakes, the company said.
Safran didn’t specify the financial details of the deal.