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January 2017

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Aeronautical Engineers, Inc (AEI) will be converting a third McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series passenger-to-freighter conversion for Fairbanks, Alaska-based Everts Air Cargo. The MD-83 aircraft (MSN 53079) commenced modification in December and will be re-delivered in April 2017. Everts Air Cargo will use the MD-83SF for seasonal demand in Alaska, and on-demand business in North America. Commercial Jet’s Dothan, AL, facility will perform the modification and maintenance requirements on the aircraft.

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IPR Conversions has delivered its third Structural Tube conversion, the first to Zimex Aviation. The ATR72-202F (MSN 449) was converted by IPR’s Approved Conversion Center, ASI-Maintenance in Toulouse-Francazal, France. Zimex is planning to enlarge its ATR fleet further by adding additional IPR LCD and Structural Tube.

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Jazz Aviation has been awarded a two-year heavy maintenance contract by CommutAir, a United Express carrier based in North Olmsted, OH. Under the terms of the agreement, Jazz Technical Services will provide airframe maintenance in support of 15 of the 21 Bombardier Dash 8 Series 200 and Series 300 aircraft operated by CommutAir. The work will be carried out at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Halifax, NS.

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Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL) has secured a contract with Madrid-based cargo airline Cygnus Air to provide a C check for its Boeing 757 freighter aircraft, along with insulation blanket modifications. All the maintenance work will be carried out at its London Luton Airport hangar facility.

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Pemco World Air Services (PEMCO) has announced the redelivery of its first Boeing 737-400 converted aircraft (MSN 24690) to Vallair. The European-based aviation asset management company holds options for additional PEMCO-converted aircraft. 

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Pemco World Air Services (PEMCO) has redelivered its first Boeing 737-300 passenger-to-freighter converted aircraft (MSN 29069) to Guangdong Longhao Aviation Group. The Guangzhou-based Longhao Aviation Group has two more PEMCO-converted 737-300 aircraft in process with options for additional conversions to meet its expansion. Longhao Aviation Group is a subsidiary of the Longhao Group, which is primarily focused on the investment and construction of highways, infrastructure and public works; aviation business; smart city and environmental engineering; and media and culture. 

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Precision Aircraft Solutions completed its sixth conversion of the year in late November with a Boeing 757-200 (MSN 29946) for European Air Transport Leipzig (EAT), the largest of three airlines with dedicated service to the European, Middle Eastern and North African networks of DHL Express. The conversion was performed at Flightstar in Jacksonville, FL.

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Sabena technics has been selected to carry out the VIP cabin modification of an Airbus A310 aircraft belonging to the Saudi Arabian private aviation company, Al Atheer. The cabin refurbishment will be performed at the Group’s completion centre in Bordeaux, France, starting in the first quarter of 2017. The aircraft’s cabin, including bedroom, bathroom, private office and lounge, will undergo extensive soft furnishing replacement, including seat and divan upholstery as well as IFE system upgrades with HD screens. Design will be contemporary with some Arabic inspiration and a high degree of contrast in the colours. In addition, a C check will be carried out on-site, enabling teams to work simultaneously to ensure delivery within three months.

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SIA Engineering Company has announced the renewal of its comprehensive Services Agreement with Singapore Airlines Cargo. The existing Services Agreement with SIA Cargo expired in 2016. The new agreement, which commenced 1 January 2017, is for a term of three years, with options to renew for three years and a further period of two years. The company’s support of the SIA Cargo’s freighter fleet covers a broad spectrum of MRO and support services. The agreement is expected to yield a revenue of up to $250 million over the eight-year term.

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VD Gulf has been selected by Russian airline UTair as its heavy/base maintenance services provider or a batch of five Boeing 737 aircraft. The first aircraft required a C4 check, a six-year inspection programme and embodiment of several AD/SBs. All subsequent inputs were scheduled to be completed by the end of 2016.

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