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GAMECO concludes Lufthansa maintenance programme with flying colours

GAMECO has wrapped up a successful chapter with the completion of Lufthansa’s Winter Heavy Maintenance Programme 2023–2024, where it meticulously serviced 12 Airbus A350 and A330 aircraft, ensuring top-notch quality every step of the way.

Operating from its main base in Guangzhou, each aircraft underwent rigorous maintenance checks, guaranteeing optimal performance and safety for Lufthansa’s fleet. GAMECO is immensely grateful and proud that one of the world’s leading premium airlines has entrusted their most modern long-range aircraft to the company.
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Boeing and GAMECO sign two game-changing agreements

GAMECO, operating out of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport since 1989, has signed two major agreements with the world-leading aircraft manufacturer, Boeing. A five-year contract will see them cooperate on the first integrated materials management partnership in Mainland China. Boeing will provide demand planning, on-site personnel and logistics services to support GAMECO’s operations to optimise materials purchase and inventory costs.

The other agreement will see the firms work together to expand their cooperation to convert passenger aircraft to freighters to match growing demand for cargo capacity, with B737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters (BCFs) and B767-300 BCFs being adapted. In fact, GAMECO just celebrated re-delivery of the first Boeing B767-300 BCF in Mainland China last month. Boeing forecasts demand for over 1,720 freighter conversions in the next 20 years.  
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Game changer for GAMECO as Phase III hangar opens

Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Company (GAMECO) opened a new aircraft maintenance facility covering an area of over 98,000 square metres, with a roof big enough to accommodate six wide-body and five narrow-body aircraft under its capacious canopy. This increase in capacity will strengthen the Guangzhou airport economic zone as an important national centre for aircraft maintenance, helping China Southern Airlines’ fleet and supporting other customers in the region.  
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GAMECO extends aircraft maintenance capability to Beijing

Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Company (GAMECO) has expanded its aircraft maintenance operations to the newest airport in the nation’s capital, Beijing. GAMECO has recently been awarded approval from the Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency to conduct line maintenance and heavy maintenance. GAMECO’s operations hangar is Asia’s largest, and can hold up to five wide-body plus three narrow-body aircraft (or 12 narrow-body aircraft) at the same time.


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