Monarch Aircraft Engineering approaches another key milestone at its new Birmingham Airport Facility

Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL), the award-winning independent aircraft maintenance provider
have announced that the hangar build programme remains on track for Practical Completion on the
7 October 2013 at its new 110,000 sq. ft state-of-the-art maintenance facility at Birmingham Airport
The facility will incorporate industry-leading design and build standards and will have the capacity
for Boeing 787 "dreamliner" maintenance, with sufficient capacity for other wide body aircraft, such
as Boeing 777, 747 and Airbus A350. The facility will be large enough to accommodate two Boeing
777-300ER aircraft or 10 narrow-body aircraft and will contain a number of component-repair shops
Commenting on this milestone, Mick Adams, Managing Director of MAEL, said, "I am delighted with
the progress to date and reaching Practical Completion represents again how Monarch Aircraft
Engineering delivers to its commitment. This is in no small part due to the efforts of our own people,
the contractors John Sisk & Son Ltd, RPS Group plc and Birmingham Airport"
The final signage is currently being added to the hangar

Thursday 3 October 2013


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