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Monarch Aircraft Engineering wins China Airlines contract

Posted 31 October 2017 · Add Comment

Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL) - celebrating 50 years as a leading MRO - has signed a line maintenance agreement with China Airlines.



The flag carrier is a new customer for MAEL who will carry out line maintenance work when China Airlines begin their London Gatwick service in December 2017. With four flights a week in the winter followed by five flights or more next summer, the line maintenance work will be carried out on the airlines Airbus A350 aircraft.

Annie Huang, General Manager of UK & Ireland at China Airlines said: I am very happy to have signed a contract with Monarch Aircraft Engineering to support our upcoming Airbus A350 operation into London Gatwick. Monarch Aircraft Engineering is a leading line maintenance provider in the UK we look forward to working with them for the foreseeable future."

Neil Kirby, Sales Manager at Monarch Aircraft Engineering, said: “China Airlines is our second A350 customer and continues to show our commitment to new technology aircraft. We are delighted to have secured Taiwan’s largest airline as a new customer for our London Gatwick line. We look forward to commencing work at the end of the year.”

 

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