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June 2017

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Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL) has signed a line maintenance technical handling agreement with Canadian carrier Sunwing Airlines to support the operator’s Boeing 737-800 based at Leeds Bradford Airport, UK.

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SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC) announced that it has established a wholly-owned line maintenance subsidiary in Japan. It will begin operations at Kansai International Airport on receipt of relevant approvals from authorities. The company intends to widen its service offerings and expand its presence to other airports in Japan at a later stage.

 

This latest addition will expand the group’s current line maintenance network to 37 airports in eight countries, comprising Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Singapore, United States and Vietnam. Collectively, the line maintenance network handles over 900 flights daily for more than 70 airlines.

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SR Technics is expanding its line maintenance capabilities to accommodate two new Airbus families. Zurich and Geneva have added the Airbus A350 and the A320neo (LEAP engine), to be followed by London-Gatwick.

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