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June 2016

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Atitech and Euroatlantic Airways have signed a General Terms Agreement for Boeing 767 maintenance services.

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Jazz Aviation has signed a five-year agreement with Air Georgian of Mississauga, ON, to perform the heavy MRO requirements for Air Georgian’s fleet of Bombardier CRJ100 and CRJ200 aircraft. The work will be carried out at Jazz’s Heavy Maintenance facility at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Halifax, NS, and is expected to commence in the summer.

 

In the coming months, Jazz will further strengthen its market competitiveness by transitioning its heavy maintenance business to a separate division of Jazz. The new division, to be named Jazz Technical Services, will focus on the heavy MRO of Bombardier aircraft.

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PEMCO World Air Services has redelivered its 15th Boeing 737-300 freighter to China-based SF Airlines. The aircraft (MSN 28972) was converted by STAECO in Jinan Shandong, China. Four more PEMCO converted aircraft are to be added to the SF Airlines fleet in 2016.

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PEMCO World Air Services has redelivered its first Boeing 737-400 passenger-to-freighter aircraft (MSN 25113) to Salam Aviation, an aviation consultancy specialising in acquisitions, financing and logistics support. The aircraft is set to be in service in the coming weeks. The conversion was completed in only 90 days at PEMCO’s headquarters at Tampa International Airport, FL.

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SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC) has entered into a two-year contract (with an option to renew for an additional year) with Tigerair Australia to perform heavy maintenance services for its Airbus A320-200 fleet, commencing in May 2016. The maintenance services will be undertaken by SIAEC and its JV company SIA Engineering (Philippines) Corporation, at their facilities in Singapore and Clark, Philippines respectively. Tigerair Australia currently operates a fleet of 14 A320-200 aircraft.

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