Boeing Selects Monarch Aircraft Engineering as 787 GoldCare Partner

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 5 May 2010

 London-based Monarch Aircraft Engineering, has been appointed as a maintenance, repair and overhaul partner for Boeing's GoldCare service offering for the 787 Dreamliner.

 Under the agreement, Monarch will provide scheduled maintenance operations in support of the 787 fleet. The agreement is for regularly scheduled maintenance for 787s, such as A, B, C and D checks, with the exception of line maintenance.

"I am delighted that Monarch Aircraft Engineering Ltd. will be partnering with Boeing on the GoldCare product," said Richard Mintern, managing director, Monarch Aircraft Engineering. "This new and exciting service offering will play a significant role in the operation and ongoing support of the 787 Dreamliner; and to be such an integral element of GoldCare is testimony to the innovative, service oriented, high-quality and flexible approach we take with our customers."

Monarch Aircraft Engineering has more than 43 years experience in aircraft maintenance, providing maintenance and technical support to airlines of all sizes. Monarch has maintenance facilities at Manchester International Airport and London-Luton Airport and has approvals from Europe and U.S. authorities.

In 2006, Monarch Airlines, sister company of Monarch Aircraft Engineering, placed an order for six Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

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