Press release

Turkish Technic signs five-year extension agreement with Unison Industries

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Turkish Technic has signed a five year extension on their Material
Services Agreement with Unison Industries. The agreement extends through
2023 and covers both new Unison LRUs as well as external engine
component repairs.

Turkish Technic’s rapidly expanding capabilities in aircraft and engine
MRO requires strategic partners that bring even more value to their
portfolio of products and services. This agreement continues to
demonstrate Unison’s ability to support Turkish Technic’s requirements
for quality, technical excellence, delivery, and value.

As partners, Turkish Technic and Unison will leverage each other’s
strengths in the areas of exchange programs, upgrades, and repairs. The
shared goal is to reduce maintenance costs for Turkish Technic and their
MRO customers. Unison Industries President, Tom Hoferer commented, “We
are very pleased to continue this relationship with our strategic
partner, Turkish Technic, on this long-term agreement. It is a win-win
for both our respective companies.”

Turkish Technic is a wholly owned subsidiary of Turkish Airlines and
performs MRO activities on various aircraft, engines and systems. Unison
Industries is a wholly owned subsidiary of GE Aviation and is a global
supplier to the aviation and energy industrial sectors for
electronic/ignition components, power generation, fluid distribution,
repair and systems integration.

About Turkish Airlines:

Established in 1933 with a fleet of five aircraft, Star Alliance member
Turkish Airlines has a fleet of 337 (passenger and cargo) aircraft
flying to 306 worldwide destinations (257 international and 49 domestic)
in 124 countries. More information about Turkish Airlines can be found
on its official website
or its social media accounts on Facebook,
and Instagram.

About Unison Industries:

Unison Industries is a leader in design, manufacturing, and integration
of electrical and mechanical components and systems for aircraft engines
and airframes. It is a world-class ignition company whose products
reliably start more than 50,000 aircraft engines daily. Unison serves
both original equipment manufacturers and aftermarket customers in
commercial, military, general aviation and industrial markets.
Headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, Unison has more than 2,000 employees
and global service centers offering repair, overhaul, retrofit and
exchange programs. Unison is committed to investing in advanced
technologies and thinking outside the engine to create more value for
our customers. For more information, visit