Ameco is to deliver a Boeing 747 of ACT Airlines for C-check in this December. It has been the fourth ACT aircraft since this year.
Being capable of airframe overhaul on Boeing 737, 747, 767, 777 and Airbus A319, 320, 330, 380, Ameco is ready for the Boeing 747-8I airframe overhaul capability starting from earlier next year.
"The Middle East market is of great potential, and we have kept focus on it for many years", says Zhu Xiao, Chief Marketing Officer of new Ameco. "We keep good relationship with many Middle East carriers for business such as airframe overhaul, line maintenance, engine and components, and business jet, etc."
New Ameco gives great importance to the Middle East market and customers, and its capacities, capabilities and resources have been promoted via integration. The stable economy exchange between the Middle East and China lays a strong foundation for MRO business, says Zhu.
The MRO specialist is well experienced in providing modifications on Boeing 737, 747, 767, 777 and Airbus A330, A340, A380 with a portfolio of cabin, system, winglet and wing.
In first half of this year, Ameco redelivered cabin modifications for Boeing 767 fleet of Shanghai Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of China Eastern Airlines. In August, the Beijing-based MRO completed cabin modification for Condor 767. Ameco also completed nine Airbus A380 wing modifications for a Middle East client in 2014.
With developing of capacity, Ameco adds new customers of airframe overhaul in global market this year. Ameco and Hong Kong Airlines signed Memorandum of Understanding on Airbus A330 fleet heavy maintenance in this June. Austrian Airlines picks Ameco for heavy maintenance, including C-checks for its five Boeing 777s and two Boeing 767s in September.
Same in September, Ameco starts to provide heavy maintenance for three Boeing 767s of Dynamic Airways, a North Carolina-based carrier. In October, Nordwind Airlines, based in Moscow, brings its two Boeing 777s for C-checks coupled with a side letter of its subsidiary IKAR Airlines, covering C-check and landing gear replacement for two Boeing 767-300s.
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