Ameco Beijing has won a heavy maintenance contract with German carrier Condor Airlines for four of its 767 fleet.
The first of the aircraft is scheduled to undergo the C-checks in April.
The new agreement further extends the cooperation between the parties which began in 2003 and has seen Ameco carry out heavy maintenance on Condor’s 767 fleet.
Ameco most recently carried out C-checks for Condor last April on two of its 767s along with cabin modification for another one of the aircraft type.
Frankfurt-headquartered Condor currently operates a fleet of 41 aircraft, which includes 13 767s.