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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Boeing Shanghai was Awarded Repair-Maintenance Permit of EASA


July 15, 2010, Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services Co. Ltd. announced that the company was granted the repair-maintenance permit by European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA). Being a global enterprise, this awarded permit greatly raised Boeing Shanghai’s developing potential and marked as an important landmark of its rapid development in aviation maintenance market. As understood, EASA’s repair-maintenance permit included the regular maintenance of Boeing’s 737NG and 767-200/300 series aircraft as well as preservation of the flight routes. Boeing Shanghai held repair-maintenance permit granted by Airworthiness Authority of China, USA, Europe, Korea, Thailand, Bengali and Bermuda. Furthermore, the EASA permit allowed European customers to choose a maintenance service company that was closely related to the aircraft manufacturing company. Boeing Shanghai was a joint venture enterprise setup by the Boeing Company, Shanghai Airport Authority and Shanghai Airlines in June, 2006. It provided high quality maintenance services including alteration, regular and overall maintenance mainly for international, regional and China domestic aviation companies.

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