Monarch Aircraft Engineering has extended its GCAA approval covering Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 aircraft.
Having been granted the CAR145 certificate, the UK-based MRO division of Monarch can now offer heavy maintenance along with a number of other support services for the Boeing narrowbodies which are GCAA-registered.
It will be eligible to carry out work from its maintenance facilities in Birmingham and Luton on behalf of third-party customers.
Andy Lowi, business development manager for the Monarch Aircraft Engineering, says the company is looking to grow in regions such as the Middle East.
“As the aviation world continues to develop strategically we are keen to promote the Monarch brand and our expertise by expanding into other regions including in the Middle East,” he said.