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Ethiopian Airlines and Ameco sign engine repair contract

Posted 11 March 2016 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has selected Ameco as one of the service providers to provide engine repair and overhaul services on PW4000s on the Boeing 767 fleet.

Aemco signed a contract with the carrier last month, with the first of the engines under repair at the company’s Beijing base.
 
The two first started cooperation in 2009, when Ameco began providing Ethiopian Airlines with RB211 overhaul services. 
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