Optimizing an airline with a diverse fleet and operations, along with its sister engineering company, requires a precise workflow.
Monarch Aircraft Engineering initially was created in 1967 as a foundation on which to build Monarch Airlines, a U.K. operator that flies charter and scheduled flights for itself and others with a mix of Airbus and Boeing aircraft. Ever since then, the two organizations have remained separate companies but have supported each other. Monarch Airlines only provides 30% of its engineering sister's work, however, so outside customers clearly are important. As befits this mix-and-match ...
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