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October 2015

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FL Technics has recently signed a new base maintenance agreement with Afriqiyah Airways in Libya for the carrier’s Airbus aircraft. The first Airbus A320 owned by Afriqiyah Airways is at the FL Technics hangar in Kaunas, Lithuania, with an A check and C checks planned, along with the repair, overhaul and exchange of internal components, the inspection and repair of aircraft structure and composite elements, NDT, seat repairs and defect rectification.


Fokker Services has entered into a partnership with Contact Air Technik for base maintenance services to support the FLYFokker programme.


GAMECO has completed its first L8 check on a FedEx Boeing 767. It took 24.5 work hours, 11.5 hours ahead of the original planned 36.


GMF AeroAsia has completed a C check, AD/SB work and some component repairs on a Boeing 747-400 of Iraqi Airways ahead of haj operations. The company is also providing Airbus A330 and Pratt & Whitney PW4000 training to airline personnel. The two companies are currently discussing cooperation in the engineering service and line maintenance handling field. “We are exploring cooperation to fully handle Iraqi aircraft,” a GFM representative said.


PEMCO World Air Services has announced the redelivery of a converted Boeing 737-300F (MSN 27522) to SF Airlines, the air cargo division of Shenzhen-based logistics specialist SF Express of China. PEMCO has now completed a total of 10 737-300/400 freighter conversions for the airline. The original contract, signed in July 2013, was recently revised to add seven conversions. The latest freighters to join SF Airlines’ growing fleet were converted by PEMCO’s longtime partner, STAECO, in Jinan Shandong, China. PEMCO and STAECO have partnered on more than 50 Boeing 737-300 and 737-400 freighter modification projects since 2006.


Premier Aviation Overhaul Center and Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings have announced a two-year extension to their airframe heavy maintenance and modifications agreement, starting 1 January 2016, for Atlas Air’s fleet of Boeing 747-400 and 767-200/300 aircraft. The work will be carried out at Premier’s Rome, NY, facility.

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