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Ameco Starts Maintenance for China's First 787-9

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes

On May 26, Ameco Beijing started maintenance on China’s first Boeing 787-9 aircraft from Air China.

Ameco has CAAC’s approval on Boeing 787-9’s line maintenance, scheduled check, modification, engine change and auxiliary power unit change, as well as EASA and FAA’s approval on Boeing 787’s line maintenance service. As a strong MRO arm of Air China, Ameco will shoulder Air China’s Boeing 787-9 fleet maintenance services. Air China plans to introduce a total of seven 787-9s this year.

Ameco has been providing maintenance service on Boeing 787 since 2014. Up to now, five customers selected Ameco for maintenance service on their Dreamliner aircraft in China, four of which from international market.

According to the data of May 27, there are twenty-seven 787s in service in Chinese market. It says that almost a hundred of Boeing 787 aircraft orders come from Chinese customers. As an MROprovider, Ameco will arm itself to go with Boeing 787’s MRO market development and serve more customers from home and abroad by utilizing its facilities in Beijing Base and nine Branches.



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