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May 2016

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Aeronautical Engineers Inc has signed a contract with Vallair of Luxembourg to provide four 11-pallet position Boeing 737-400SF freighter conversions. All of the conversions will be modified by Commercial Jet’s Dothan, AL, facility with the first one commencing in May 2016, followed by the remaining three modifications in June, July and September.


Ameco has signed a heavy maintenance contract with Zhejiang Loong Airlines to perform C checks for its Airbus A320s. The first aircraft arrived in March. Besides airframe overhaul, Ameco offers landing gear overhaul, components repair and line maintenance for the Chinese carrier.


HAITEC Aircraft Maintenance is to provide several nose-to-tail Boeing 757 C checks for Condor Flugdienst at Hahn Airport. The first aircraft was successfully completed at the end of March.


Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL) has recently concluded a number of airframe heavy maintenance checks for airblue of Pakistan at its London Luton Airport facility. The work involved four Airbus A321 aircraft, including three back-to-back C checks and a rear galley modification.


PACAVI Group has announced the first orders for its PACAVI Freighter LITE programme. Colt Aviation/Colt Cargo of Brazil has ordered two converted Airbus A321 freighters, with an option for an additional one, while Airline Management of Norway will acquire six Airbus A320 freighters. In addition, there are orders from two undisclosed operators and an undisclosed leasing customer.


PEMCO World Air Services has announced the redelivery of a Boeing 737-300 freighter aircraft to China-based SF Airlines, the air cargo division of SF Express. The freighter, converted by PEMCO’s partner STAECO in Jinan Shandong, China, marks the 14th redelivery of a 737-300/400 to SF Airlines since 2013. SF Airlines plans to add five more PEMCO-converted aircraft to their cargo fleet this year.


Täby Air Maintenance (TAM) has been approved by the FAA EASA to perform a full cargo conversion of both the Saab 340A and Saab 340B. The conversion package is now being offered for the US market in a joint venture with Kansas city-based Jet Midwest Group. Conversion rebuild of the first US-destined aircraft is well under way at the TAM workshops in Örebro, Sweden, with delivery scheduled for 2016.

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