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July 2017

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Direct Maintenance and Etihad Airways have extended their existing line maintenance partnership to include Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, in addition to existing operations at Entebbe in Uganda and Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. Nairobi includes coverage for a daily passenger service flown by A320 Family aircraft, as well as support to a freighter operation deploying Airbus A330F and Boeing 777F aircraft.


Direct Maintenance has been selected by The Boeing Company as its latest Global Fleet Care supplier for line maintenance.


FEAM will expand its Global Fleet Care agreement with Boeing to provide full handling line maintenance support under its EASA Part 145 approval to customers at Seattle International Airport and Denver International Airport. The agreement will now call for FEAM’s support at a total of five line maintenance locations and adds the 787 Dreamliner along with the 737 MAX. FEAM technicians recently concluded Boeing-led 737 MAX systems training and is in the final stages of opening three new Global Fleet Care line maintenance bases in the New England area.


Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL) has gained approval to add the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft to its MRO capability. The new aircraft type has been added to the EASA Part 145 approval, allowing MAEL to provide line maintenance support. Initial services will be offered at Edinburgh Airport, supporting operators as part of the Boeing Global Fleet Care Program, formerly known as GoldCare.

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