HAECO Americas Station Gets CAAC Approval For 757 Checks And PTF Work

Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Americas (HAECO Americas) has been given approval by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to carry out A, B and C checks on Chinese-registered 757 aircraft as well as being able to conduct passenger-to-freighter conversions on the same aircraft type.

Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Americas (HAECO Americas) has been given approval by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to carry out A, B and C checks on Chinese-registered 757 aircraft as well as being able to conduct passenger-to-freighter conversions on the same aircraft type.

As part of the approval, the MRO will now be able to carry out the work from its airframe services repair station in Greensboro, North Carolina, adding to existing FAA and EASA certificates.

Jim Sokol, president of MRO services at HAECO Americas, said: “Through diligent, collaborative efforts with our Chinese partners and the CAAC, HAECO Americas now joins a selected group of companies that can support customers with this authority.”

 

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