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Aviation Technical Services and Qantas Partner to Reduce Maintenance Cost

ATS and Qantas recently entered into an Engineering Services Agreement, which focuses on improving efficiency and reducing the maintenance cost of Qantas’ fleet of more than 75, Boeing 737 aircraft. The program will enhance elements of Qantas’ aircraft maintenance program through multiple phases of improvement that target everything from availability of material to utilization of personnel.

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New Kansas City Repair Station Awarded FAA Certification

Aviation Technical Services’ new aircraft maintenance facility at the Kansas City Missouri International Airport (MCI) received certification from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) this week that enables it to perform maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services on virtually any transport category aircraft in the world.