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HAECOHong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company
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James Barrington, HAECO Group Director of Airframe Services said, "We are pleased to further strengthen our partnership with Boeing.
Thus far, it's unknown whether Cathay Pacific or Haeco engineers are to blame for the spelling error, but one thing is for certain: according to the report, the typo is likely to be expensive and would cost thousands of dollars to fix.
Spirit shares will be acquired by The Haeco Group and the company will be renamed to Haeco Composite Structures (JinJiang) Co.
Qantas will send the two Boeing 747 jets in May to the HAECO facility in Hong Kong for the maintenance work.
PEMCO performs its conversions at its Tampa headquarters and at two facilities operated by HAECO in Jinan and Xiamen, China.
Orkun Hasekioglu, R&D Projects Manager and former CIO, Turkish Airlines Technic Mark Hayman, Executive Director Engineering, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company (HAECO) Dinesh Jeganathan, Flight Safety Representative, Embraer Asia Pacific and former Safety & Security Executive, SilkAir Kham Joon Wui, VP Commercial Business, Engineering & Development Centre, ST Aerospace Tom Lane, Managing Director, HEATCON Composite Systems (Europe) Peter Lendermann, CEO, D-SIMLAB Technologies Pte.
Haeco, 513-722-1030, www.haeco.us/ materialhandling.
Hong Kong Aircraft, Shanghai Pudong, Taikoo Aircraft Engineering HAECO and TAECO acquire shareholding of SR Shanghai.
The Famatec Friendly ergonomic manipulator from Haeco was created to act as an extra hand.
Under a strategic service agreement with Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited (HAECO) the manufacturer can now offer repair capabilities on the Trent 700 inlet cowl in Hong Kong as well as its Belfast and Dallas MRO facilities.
We also benefited from the strong profits earned by our associated company, Air China (which contributed HK$2,482 million to the 2010 result), from the aggregate profit of HK$2,165 million from the disposal of our interests in Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited ("Hactl") and Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited ("HAECO") and from the profit of HK$868 million from the deemed disposal of part of our interest in Air China.
Another four Tamkeen-sponsored students were selected to join HAECO, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Swire Group of Companies and the maintenance provider for Bahrain Air.