Monarch scoops Cygnus freighter maintenance deal

Monarch Aircraft Engineering has secured a contract to provide C check maintenance for Cygnus Air’s two Boeing 757 Freighter aircraft.
The UK company will carry out C Check maintenance for the Madrid-based cargo airline, which will include insulation blanket modification for the Spanish operator.
All the maintenance work will be carried out at its London Luton Airport hangar facility and will commence this month.
Neil Kirby, Sales Manager at Monarch Aircraft Engineering, said: “It is with great pleasure to be able to work with Cygnus Air and welcome them to our growing customer base of cargo operators.”

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