Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services has signed a three-year maintenance agreement with DHL covering its Boeing 767-200 freighters.
The company will perform “C” checks, which is a periodic, comprehensive inspection of the aircraft. The check also includes any required servicing of the plane.
AMES has maintained these aircraft since 2009.
“DHL is confident in AMES’ ability to support our maintenance requirements through their quality workmanship, which is reflected in our continued 767-200F fleet reliability,” DHL’s David Sheedy said in a statement. – Jon Ross
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