Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL), the award-winning independent aircraft maintenance provider and a division of The Monarch Group has signed an agreement with Air Greenland to provide full EASA Continued Airworthiness Management in support of the flag carrier’s Airbus A330 aircraft.
Commenting on this agreement, Keith Earnden, Engineering Director for MAEL said; “MAEL has a vast experience in supporting airlines with full technical and airworthiness management and we welcome Air Greenland to our increasing portfolio of customers and very much look forward to supporting them.”
Bo Moller, Technical Director for Air Greenland said; “We are delighted to be working with Monarch on this project. Their commitment and professionalism guarantees us the highest quality services that we expect for our aircraft.”
About Monarch Aircraft Engineering Ltd
Monarch Aircraft Engineering Ltd (MAEL) is a division of The Monarch Group, a leading UK-based travel Group which also comprises Monarch Airlines and the tour operating and holiday companies Cosmos Holidays, Avro and somewhere2stay. The Group has a turnover of approximately £1 billion, offers airline capacity of over 8 million sector seats, has tour operating passenger volumes of some 815,000 customers, and employs 3,000 staff. To find out more about The Monarch Group, please visit www.monarchholdingslimited.com
MAEL is an award-winning UK-based MRO focusing on cost-efficient service delivery to both Monarch Airlines and blue-chip third-party customers. MAEL has recently been listed in the top 10 MROs for Europe, Middle East and North Africa and in May 2012 was elected MRO of choice among its peer group and suppliers. In January 2013 MAEL was named MRO of the Year, a highly prestigious aviation industry accolade voted upon by aviation industry customers.
MAEL operates globally, supporting clients located in east and west Europe, Middle East, Australia and North America. MAEL has superior knowledge in maintaining legacy fleets and is also a leading MRO for new technology aircraft, including the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, for which it is one of only six worldwide Boeing-approved GoldCare providers.
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