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Ethiopian Airlines selects Ameco Beijing for engine overhaul

Posted 10 April 2014 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines has signed a three-year contract with Ameco Beijing for engine overhaul services.

Based on the contract, Ameco Beijing will overhaul six RB211s for the African carrier in the next three year from 2014 to 2016. The first engine is due to layover in April.

This is the second three-year contract after the first same one that was completed in 2012. During the first contractual period, Ameco completed engine overhaul on five RB211s of Ethiopian Airlines. The new contract will cement the partnership between Ameco and Ethiopian. 

The Beijing-based MRO provider has paid attention to African market. In addition to Ethiopian, Ameco has been providing line maintenance for Egypt Airlines in Beijing and Guangzhou while for Air Mauritius in Beijing. 

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