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BOC Aviation limited signs Magnetic MRO as their CAMO service provider

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BOC Aviation limited signs Magnetic MRO as their CAMO service provider - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Aircraft: Airplanes

Magnetic MRO has signed a Continuing Airworthiness Management contract with BOC Aviation (Ireland) Limited, one of the world’s leading aircraft leasing service provider. Since the agreement has been signed, the Lessor has already delivered B737NG aircraft to Magnetic MRO’s hangars in Tallinn, Estonia.

Since the start of the global pandemic in the Q1 this year, a vast number of lease companies has faced the challenge on figuring out how they will proceed with their assets as several carriers have suffered from bankruptcy or had to limit their fleet size due to lockdowns. Thus, the re-positioning and maintenance of asset airworthiness became even more crucial than ever. BOC Aviation has entrusted Magnetic MRO with this task, including the support with planning of ferry flight, de-registration & registration of aircraft, issuance of work packs and providing maintenance services during the period when aircraft is positioned in Tallinn Airport. In addition, for the storage period, the asset was registered under the Irish registry.

“We are very pleased with the start of the cooperation with BOC Aviation – and appreciate that the communication has been very efficient and productive. Both parties understand the scope of work that is required to keep given asset airworthy and ready for the next potential customer. We will continue this path with our client and will be looking forward to the future projects together with BOC Aviation” shared Janno Väinola, a Senior Airworthiness Engineer at Magnetic MRO.



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