MIAMI, June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- FEAM Maintenance / Engineering today announces that it will expand its GoldCare agreement with The Boeing Company to provide Full Handling Line Maintenance Support to GoldCare customers at Seattle International Airport and Denver International Airport. The GoldCare agreement will now call for FEAM's support at a total of five line maintenance locations and adds the 787 Dreamliner along with the 737 MAX. FEAM Technicians recently concluded Boeing led 737 MAX systems training and is in the final stages of opening three new GoldCare line maintenance bases in the New England area.
FEAM currently has a substantial presence at both DEN and SEA providing comprehensive line maintenance services up to A- Check level support to over 10 International and Domestic Airline Operators. FEAM will provide its GoldCare MRO services at DEN and SEA under its EASA 145 rating approval.
"We are very fortunate to be able to continue to grow our relationship with Boeing through the GoldCare program," said Dan Allawat, COO, FEAM Maintenance / Engineering. "To be a partner in Boeing's growing aftermarket services sector positions FEAM to be at the forefront of the latest technologically advanced aircraft, systems, and business processes, thus further enhancing FEAM's capabilities for existing and new customers."
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F&E Aircraft Maintenance (FEAM) founded in 1992, is an MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) company providing aircraft line maintenance services to major domestic and international air carriers flying transport category aircraft. FEAM employs over 650 Aircraft Maintenance Technicians/ Line Maintenance Engineers (LME) throughout the company's network of 27 domestic line stations. FEAM, a FAA 145 Repair Station, holds numerous certifications from global aviation regulatory authorities including being the 1st U.S. based MRO to receive Japanese Civil Aeronautics Board (JCAB) line maintenance approval. Learn more at www.feam.aero