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Ameco Bejing Upgrades Completions and Service Capabilities

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: AIN

Ameco Beijing (Booth P242) is here at ABACE promoting upgrades to its large-cabin business jet completions and maintenance capabilities, which have resulted from last year’s integration of Air China Technics, the MROdivision of Air China,

The company now offers an independent hangar that can accommodate bizliners such as Boeing BBJs or AirbusACJ, as well as two interior manufacturing workshops for VIP and business jet completions.

The MRO specialist last year added a precious wood veneer storage workshop to better accommodate customer preferences for finishes. It imported the latest technologies in veneer processing to impart cold and abrasion resistance, seamless splicing, grain splicing and anti-drying properties. Combined with its international leather sewing technology, Ameco has enhanced the flow of its upholstery process.

In addition to scheduled maintenance inspections, which comprise the core of its business, Ameco also increased the pace of its cabin-entertainment system updates, cabin refurbishment and airframe overhaul to prepare for increasing demand. “Asia-Pacific region will usher in the first heavy maintenance peak of Boeing’s and Airbus’ large business jets in these two years,” said Feng Bin, head of Ameco Beijing’s VIP and business jet services. “We have got to get ready for this.”

In February at the Singapore Airshow, Ameco and aircraft management services provider Business Aviation Asia signed a strategic cooperation agreement covering full maintenance as a one-stop shop.

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