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Monarch Aircraft Engineering To Open New Line Stations

Additions across Europe driven tailored for GoldCare customers.

Monarch Aircraft Engineering has confirmed plans to open two new line stations at Edinburgh and Nice along with expanding its existing line facility at Malaga in supporting of Boeing GoldCare customers.

The engineering division of the Monarch airline group, a partner of Boeing’s aftermarket program, will provide support for the Boeing 737MAX at Edinburgh with the Boeing 787 serviced at the Nice and Malaga locations.

Operations are scheduled to begin from summer 2017, according to the UK-headquartered MRO.

Chris Dare, managing director at Monarch Aircraft Engineering, said the new contracts is a recognition of the company’s commitment and investment to supporting the next generation of aircraft worldwide.

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