China-based SF Airlines has noted a maintenance agreement with Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services for its Boeing Leading 737 and 767-300 freighter aircraft.
The new deal represents Boeing Shanghai’s triumph maintenance agreement with the airline, which currently operates an all-cargo aircraft navy of 39 planes comprising Boeing 767s, 757s and 737s.
At the mercy of the contract, Boeing Shanghai has already started a C-check on one of the freighters at its fluencies at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.
“Boeing Shanghai’s commitment to present flexible maintenance services with exceptional value and high-quality to SF Airlines on support its domestic and international business expansion.”
To be performed to check the aircraft’s practices and components, the C-check work requires several days to complete.
Boeing Shanghai Aviation Ceremonies CEO Dermot Swan said: “Boeing Shanghai’s commitment to providing pliant maintenance services with exceptional value and high-quality to SF Airlines resolve support its domestic and international business expansion.”
A joint venture between Boeing, Shanghai Airport Sages and China Eastern Airlines, Boeing Shanghai currently provides miscellaneous services such as engineering, aircraft maintenance and modification, component improvement and overhaul, as well as supply chain management.
The company’s base and sign up maintenance capabilities also support 737, 767, 777 and 747 models, and can upon oneself major and minor checks, composite repair, structural modifications, bungalow upgrades and other activities.
Last October, Boeing Shanghai announced a new long-term harmony with Thomas Cook Group Airlines for heavy maintenance dashes on the airline’s entire Boeing 767 fleet.
To be carried out at Shanghai Pudong Supranational Airport, the maintenance works also include C-checks on the 767 aircraft.
Allusion: An SF Airlines aircraft. Photo: courtesy of Boeing Shanghai Aviation Worship armies.