Magnetic MRO wants to make its mark in the wide-body aircraft segment
After acquiring the Dutch company Direct Maintenance, Magnetic MRO is extending its capacities in the high capacity maintenance sector. In fact, it is announcing that it has obtained the EASA agreement to propose CAMO (airworthiness management) services for A330s, 777s and ERJ145s.
"The expansion of the CAMO capability that adds new wide-body aircraft to our portfolio complements the company's recent business acquisition", indicates Andrei Pavlov, the manager of this activity at Magnetic MRO. He is referring to the buyout of Direct Maintenance, which was finalised in February but revealed (...)
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