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March 2017

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Aeronautical Engineers, Inc (AEI) has signed an LoI to provide a minimum of eight Bombardier CRJ200 freighter conversions to Avmax, which currently owns 65 CRJ200 aircraft. The LoI calls for the freighter conversions to commence in late 2017. The modification touch labour is currently planned to be accomplished at the Commercial Jet facility in Dothan, AL.


Etihad Airways Engineering has signed a three-year contract with Air Tahiti Nui for the heavy maintenance of its Airbus A340-300 fleet. Under the contract, Air Tahiti Nui will send nine Airbus A340 inputs for C checks to Abu Dhabi. The project has already been initiated and will run until the end of 2019.


Etihad Airways Engineering has signed an agreement with Kenya Airways to perform mandatory checks on its Boeing 787-8 fleet. This is part of an integration programme for the newest additions to the airline’s fleet. The first of six scheduled Boeing 787 C checks began in February, with the last planned for October 2017. The airline is also planning a number of product and reliability improvement modifications to systems and components during these heavy maintenance checks.


Martyn Haines, Kenya Airways Technical Director, says: “We will use this opportunity to upscale and retool some of our technical department, who will be onsite to provide oversight of all work being done. The agreement also opens up other collaborative opportunities including training programmes.”


OGMA has delivered the fourth Embraer E190 aircraft under a long-term maintenance services contract with Air Astana, the national airline of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The work includes C checks and installation of an IFE system and onboard wireless network.


PEMCO World Air Services has announced an agreement with YTO Cargo Airlines of China for three 737-300 freighter conversions. YTO, which is currently operating one 737-300 PEMCO-converted aircraft, will take redelivery of the three aircraft through 4Q17.

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