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Monarch Aircraft Engineering secures Evelop Airlines as new customer

Posted 9 August 2017 · Add Comment

Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL), the engineering division of Monarch has signed a base maintenance agreement with Evelop Airlines.



The airline, based out of Palma Majorca, is a new customer for MAEL who will carry out the first hangar maintenance check for Evelop’s Airbus A330. All the maintenance work will be carried out at Monarch Aircraft Engineering’s state of the art facility at Birmingham Airport.

Neil Kirby, Sales Manager at Monarch Aircraft Engineering, said: “We are very happy to have secured Evelop Airlines as a new customer for our Birmingham facility. This yet again demonstrates our ability to secure new business in an extremely competitive market.”

Javier Moragues, Technical Director at Evelop Airlines added: “With their 50 years’ experience in the industry, I am delighted we have signed a contract with Monarch Aircraft Engineering for our upcoming Airbus A330 check. Renowned for their expertise and professionalism, we look forward to working with MAEL this autumn."

 

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