The European Aviation Safety Agency granted Boeing Shanghai its EASA Part 145 maintenance license for line and heavy maintenance on Boeing 737NGs and 767-200/300 aircraft. The facility expected the certification in the first half of the year. This European certification follows regulatory approval from China, the U.S., Korea, Thailand, Bangladesh, and Bermuda. Earlier this year, a Boeing spokesman said the facility would apply for Japanese civil aviation approval “as well as other ...

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