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B&H saves the day for Korean carrier

[ April 2, 2024   //   ]

Aerospace forwarder B&H Worldwide has moved two urgent CFM56 aircraft engines for South Korean carrier, T’Way Air.

They were originally shipped from Seoul to Singapore for routine servicing with B&H Worldwide partnering with BTL Global Logistics to manage the movement within Singapore.

However, T’Way Air then required the immediate return of one of the serviced engines due to a bird strike that grounded an aircraft and asked for it to be delivered to Incheon Airport by Wednesday.

Korean Airlines only ships dangerous goods out of Singapore on Fridays but B&H Worldwide worked with maintenance company ST Engineering to confirm the engine had been purged of flammable liquids and obtained an official non-regulated declaration.

This allowed it to secure a last-minute spot on a Korean Airlines flight on Wednesday, meeting T’Way’s tight deadline.