Boeing Shanghai has signed agreements with Nok Air to perform aircraft maintenance on two of the airline’s Boeing 737-400s at Pudong International Airport in Shanghai.
Boeing Shanghai will complete a C check and full paint on the first of the two airplanes for Nok Air in this month. The second Nok Air 737-400 was inducted on June 12, also for a C check.
“This win is a testament to Boeing Shanghai’s proven record of exceeding our customers’ expectations with high-quality services,” said Dermot Swan, managing director of Boeing Shanghai. “We look forward to the long-term cooperation with Nok Air to support its current fleet and future expansion plans.”
Established in February 2004, Nok Air provides domestic and international passenger services with headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand.
Boeing Shanghai was established in June 2006 as a joint venture between Boeing, Shanghai Airport Authorities and China Eastern Airlines.