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1. Mesa Opens New Maintenance Hangar at Beja Airport in Portugal
Mesa, the engineering and maintenance company of the Hi Fly group, has officially opened a new hangar at Beja Airport (BYJ) in Portugal. Covering an area of approximately 9,500 sqm the site is used for aircraft for maintenance and includes workshops, warehouse, offices, training facilities and other support premises. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 15 January 2021.
2. Airlines and Aviation Technical Schools to Start Joint Training of Maintenance Personnel for Lar
Airlines and Aviation Technical Schools to Start Joint Training of Maintenance Personnel for Large Aircraft in Japan. To secure maintenance personnel and promote training ahead of mass retirement - JAL and ANA Groups, will start training aircraft line maintenance technicians and other maintenance personnel who can confirm completion of maintenance, such as the pre-departure inspect
3. Royal Air Maroc Adopts Boeing Maintenance Solution
Royal Air Maroc Adopts Boeing Maintenance Solution. Royal Air Maroc has adopted Boeing's web-based maintenance solution, Maintenance Performance Toolbox. The innovative suite of aircraft maintenance software solutions is a set of productivity tools designed to unify an airline's maintenance and engineering operations from start to finish.
4. ATR Expands Network of Recommended Maintenance Centers
TAP M&E (TAP Maintenance & Engineering), a Brazilian specialist in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul, has joined the network of centers recommended by ATR for the maintenance of the airframes of its aircraft. ATR has also chosen TAP M&E as first spare parts repair center in Brazil, for support of its maintenance contracts (GMA: Global Maintenance Agreement) offered to ATR o
5. Air Canada to Implement Boeing Maintenance Performance Toolbox
Air Canada has signed an agreement to implement the Boeing Maintenance Performance Toolbox to support maintenance operations for its Boeing 767, 777, 787 and 737 MAX airplane fleets. The Maintenance Performance Toolbox suite delivers real-time access to information that technicians need to quickly resolve airplane maintenance issues. As part of the Toolbox deployment project, Boein
6. AeroLogic to adopt Boeing's Maintenance Performance Toolbox and Airplane Health Management
AeroLogic to adopt Boeing's Maintenance Performance Toolbox and Airplane Health Management. Maintenance Performance Toolbox, including the Library and Authoring modules, will help AeroLogic, based in Leipzig/Halle, Germany, streamline an array of maintenance activities, including managing technical publications and training and customizing online maintenance manuals.
7. Lion Technic to Employ EASA-Certified Maintenance Personnel
Lion Technic to Employ EASA-Certified Maintenance Personnel Lion Technic has taken another step forward to achieving its goal of becoming an EASA-certified maintenance organization. Lion Technic is planning to employ eight EASA-certified maintenance personnel from Europe who will work with Lion Technics line maintenance personnel at Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
8. Atlantic Air Industries Joins ATR Maintenance Network
French aircraft maintenance company Atlantic Air Industries has joined the MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) network of turboprop aircraft manufacturer ATR. Atlantic Air Industries operates a maintenance station at Toulouse-Francazal airport that specializes in the heavy maintenance of ATR airframes. Germany's Rheinland Air Service also recently joined the MRO network, the two

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