The XIESA MRO facility—a joint venture (JV) of China Eastern Airlines and Safran Landing Systems—has begun construction in Xi’an. The new MRO center is expected to go into formal operation in January 2019. The XIESA JV was established in November 2016 by Shanghai-based China Eastern and France-based Safran. The MRO center will have 350 employees and will be committed to the Chinese domestic market, focusing mainly on providing MRO services for landing gears of ...

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