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Aerotechnic Industries, a 50/50 joint venture between AFI KLM E&M and Royal Air Maroc, has completed a C check for TAAG Angola Airlines on one of its Boeing 737NGs. The work was carried out in Casablanca after ATI made a slot available at very short notice.

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Airbus has launched a head-up display (HUD) retrofit programme for Chinese operators, applicable to all Airbus aircraft families. The decision to launch the HUD retrofit programme follows the Civil Aviation Administration of China’s recent requirement for all Chinese airlines to be equipped with HUD by the year 2025. Moreover, the staged implementation requires that at least half of the Chinese fleet should already be fitted with HUDs by 2020. To address this, the Airbus managed retrofit programme will enable operators to phase-in their HUD installations concurrently with other upgrades or scheduled maintenance checks.

 

Furthermore, aircraft which are equipped with the HUDs are set to benefit from new minimum landing requirements, which in turn will allow increased traffic volumes to and from Chinese airports as landings and takeoffs become more efficient. Notably, aircraft which are not equipped with a HUD may have to wait for landing slots.

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Boeing and Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings have announced an order to convert nine Boeing 767 passenger aircraft into Boeing Converted Freighters. Four of the orders were previously announced at the Farnborough International Airshow in July, attributed to an unidentified customer.

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Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services has completed work on the first of three Boeing 787 Dreamliners for Aero México. The work scope, scheduled to be completed by the end of the year, includes a C check, an extensive check of the aircraft’s systems and components, along with wifi and cabin modifications. 
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Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services has signed a new long-term agreement with Thomas Cook Group Airlines for heavy maintenance checks on the airline group’s entire Boeing 767 fleet. Boeing Shanghai will perform C checks on the 767s at its facility at the Shanghai Pudong International Airport. Work on the fleet began in September. Thomas Cook Group Airlines consist of four leisure airlines: Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and Condor Flugdienst. 

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Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT) has extended its existing base maintenance service agreement with Germania for five more years, with the option of automatic renewals by two-year periods. Compared to the original contract, the new agreement changes a number of conditions. Primarily, it establishes CSAT as an exclusive maintenance provider for the Germania fleet, of 25 Airbus A319, Airbus A321 and Boeing 737-700 aircraft. The agreement governs both the performance of all planned revisions and occasional irregular tasks, such as fixing defects and damage repair. 
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Etihad Airways Engineering has been awarded a heavy maintenance contract by Brussels Airlines for its winter 2016-2017 schedule. The scope of the contract includes C checks on six Airbus A330 aircraft in Abu Dhabi. The first aircraft arrived in October for nose-to-tail maintenance.
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HAECO Americas will exit its line maintenance services segment in the USA to focus resources on its principal businesses of MRO services and cabin solutions. The company expects to systematically end operations at most locations by the end of 2016. The Greensboro, NC, location will not close. This adjustment in business strategy will only affect the locations in the United States operated by HAECO Americas. All global line maintenance locations outside of the United States, operated by the HAECO Group, will remain in service.

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Joramco has signed a maintenance agreement with TUI Airlines Belgium, trading as TUIfly, to provide C checks for three Embraer E190s. The first check planned to take place started in October, to be followed by a second before the end of the year. The third check is planned to start in February 2017.
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KLM UK Engineering has signed a contract with Corendon Dutch Airlines for two Boeing 737-800 heavy maintenance checks during 2016 and 2017 as well as signing a long-term GTA. This follows a new deal with AFI KLM E&M to provide Corendon Airlines Turkey and Corendon Dutch Airlines with engine maintenance services for 12 CFM56-7B engines in their fleets.

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