HAECO Composite Services completes hail damage repair

(PHOTO: HAECO Composite Services)

Alsim-ALS-BannerHAECO Composite Services, a member of the HAECO Group specialising in composite repair for nacelles, radomes and aerostructures, recently completed repair work for a Xiamen Airlines aircraft damaged by a severe hailstorm. 

To facilitate the extensive repair of the flight control surfaces on the Boeing 737 aircraft, HAECO Composite Services worked hand in hand with Xiamen Airlines’ Fuzhou Base Maintenance team on this urgent task. Some 32 units including ailerons, elevators, flaps, slats, spoilers, and wedges were promptly shipped to HAECO Composite Services to kick off immediate repair work. Through mutual collaboration with the airline’s engineering and procurement teams in Xiamen and Fuzhou, HAECO Composite Services worked around the clock to meet the customer’s turnaround time expectations, and efficiently returned the units in pristine condition.

Chong Tat Nyin, Vice President of Aftermarket Business Development at HAECO Composite Services said: “We are pleased to undertake and successfully accomplish this massive repair work for Xiamen Airlines. Given the proximity of our facility to our customer’s Fuzhou maintenance base, we look forward to cultivating an alliance of mutual co-operation and growth with Xiamen Airlines in the years to come.”

For more than a decade, HAECO Composite Services has been providing industry renowned MRO services among its global partnerships and clientele. The Xiamen Airlines Fuzhou maintenance base was established in December 2016 to provide engineering services to Xiamen Airlines’ fleet of B737NG and B787 aircraft. It serves as the second-largest aircraft maintenance base in the East China region.

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