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AIM Altitude signs MoU with China Southern Airlines

Posted 7 November 2018 · Add Comment

AIM Altitude today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Southern Airlines, marking the award of the airline’s latest 737 MAX Galley programme to AIM Altitude, who have been a major galley supplier to China Southern for a number of years.



The signing ceremony took place at the major Government-hosted China International Import Expo in Shanghai where both AIM Altitude and China Southern Airlines are exhibiting.

AIM Altitude’s next-generation galleys feature new light-weight and robust materials, with a class leading, crew friendly, aesthetically-pleasing design. Each of China Southern’s 737 MAX aircraft will be fitted with a full suite of galley systems, with deliveries commencing in July 2019 through to December 2020.

Matthew Eyre, Vice President Corporate Accounts at AIM Altitude, said: “AIM Altitude is delighted to have been selected by China Southern for this 737 MAX Galley programme and to be signing this agreement at such an important international trade and exhibition event. This MOU is a result of the long-term relationship that we have developed with China Southern, although this is our first contract award from them as part of AVIC Cabin Systems. We look forward to the prospect of further developing our partnership in the future.”

AIM Altitude is a global company headquartered in the UK, with bases in New Zealand, the Middle East, and North America.

 

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