HAECO Group welcomes the Joint Maintenance Management Cooperation Arrangement (“Cooperation Arrangement”) recently signed by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (“CAAC”), the Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong (“CAD”) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Macao (“AACM”). The new Cooperation Arrangement will allow mutual recognition of aircraft maintenance licences issued by all three authorities, facilitating licence holders to be able to work in aircraft maintenance organisations located throughout the Chinese Mainland, the Hong Kong SAR and the Macao SAR.
Headquartered in Hong Kong, the HAECO Group also operates airframe, engine and component maintenance facilities in the Chinese Mainland, Europe and the United States, providing aviation services to aircraft operators worldwide. The new Cooperation Arrangement, which will facilitate the flow of aircraft maintenance license holders throughout the Chinese Mainland, will enable HAECO to tap into a wider pool of aircraft maintenance professionals in increasing employment opportunities across the region.
HAECO Group is pleased to see closer cooperation amongst the three authorities, boosting development of the local aviation industry. This will support HAECO’s continued growth as one of the world’s leading aviation service providers.