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MAEL opening new Boeing GoldCare line stations

Posted 1 March 2017 · Add Comment

Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL), the engineering division of the Monarch airline, is opening new line stations at Edinburgh and Nice and expanding their existing line station at Malaga to support Boeing GoldCare customers.



Working as a partner of the Boeing GoldCare programme, the UK based MRO will begin operations from summer 2017, supporting the Boeing 737MAX at Edinburgh and the Boeing 787 at Nice and Malaga.

Chris Dare, Managing Director at Monarch Aircraft Engineering, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded these contracts with Boeing as it demonstrates recognition of our commitment and investment to supporting the next generation of aircraft worldwide.”

 

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