Boeing Shanghai awarded first 777 heavy maintenance contract

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By admin September 27, 2013 09:35

Boeing Shanghai awarded first 777 heavy maintenance contract

Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services (Boeing Shanghai) has been awarded its first 777 heavy maintenance contract through an agreement with Russia-based Orenair. Boeing Shanghai will perform a C-check on one of Orenair’s 777-200ERs in October 2013.

Boeing Shanghai received U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and European Aviation Safety Agency authorization to conduct 777 maintenance services in 2012. The maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company has previously completed several cabin reconfigurations and multiple A-checks on 777-300s for other customers.

“We are glad to become the launch customer for Boeing Shanghai’s 777 heavy maintenance services and are confident they will be able to deliver a high standard of quality. We hope this contract will become a start to our long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation,” said Orenair Airlines General Director Viktor Zyukin.

“This 777 heavy maintenance service agreement is another major step forward in our capabilities expansion strategy,” said Dermot Swan, CEO of Boeing Shanghai. “Orenair is one of the leading operators in Russia and we look forward to a long-term relationship with them.”

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