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Ronaldsway based EAM expands

European Aviation Maintenance has four new customers, which will help it form a logistics centre in the Isle of Man.

The Ronaldsway based firm says it has won contracts with Greek air freight company Airgo, Air Luxembourg, Atlantic Airlines and Nextjet.

Since it was set up two years ago, EAM says it has grown to employ 31 people as it specialises in maintaining British Aerospace ATP aircraft.

Technical operations manager Chris Astley says with four new customers, and their 42 aircraft to look after, the coming year looks pretty busy for the firm.

(Picture: A British Aerospace ATP).


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