Aero Contractors has announced that it is ready to begin C-Checks on Boeing 737 aircraft in Nigeria. Akinlawon George, managing director, Aero Contractors, said: “Although, Aero has a Hangar where smaller aircrafts like the Turbo props and those used for oil operations can be maintained up to the D-Check level, the airline in a statement said it will expand the scope of the maintenance to Boeing 737 aircraft and Airbus aircraft, which is more prevalent in the fleet of Nigerian airlines.” The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) was approved as an Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) in 2011. Although domestic airlines

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