Monarch completes airframe maintenance on eight 787 Dreamliners
Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL), the engineering division of Monarch, has completed back to back airframe maintenance on eight Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft at its aircraft maintenance facility at Birmingham Airport.
During March, April and May this year, the nose to tail inputs were successfully completed for one of the company’s third-party customers which included phase 12 checks, service bulletins, engine changes and defect rectification.
Dave Norton, Head of Sales at Monarch Aircraft Engineering, said: “The successful completion of these back to back inputs emphasises that Monarch Aircraft Engineering is a leading MRO in new technology aircraft. The investment that we have made enables us to uphold a global reputation and deliver customer satisfaction."
Monarch Aircraft Engineering’s maintenance facility at Birmingham Airport in the UK is 110,000 sq,ft and has the capacity to hold two Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft side by side, plus other wide and narrow body aircraft.
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