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AMES expands its Dubai facility for GE90 fan stator module repairs

Posted 26 February 2020 · Add Comment

Aerostructures Middle East Services (AMES) has opened a facility at Dubai’s Jebel Ali Free Zone to accommodate fan stator module repair services for the GE90 engine.

 

The company specialises in engine nacelle and radome maintenance, but the extended facility will accommodate new preventive maintenance inspections and associated repairs on the fan stator modules found on the engine powering Boeing 777 aircraft.

In total, the investment in the facility expansion is estimated at around $3 million by AMES.

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