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Increased Demand For A320 Boosts Evergreen Maintenance

Arizona-Based Company Adds Single-Aisle Airbus To Its Certificate

Working closely with Airbus and the FAA, Evergreen Maintenance Center (EMC) has successfully expanded their certificate to include the A320 family of aircraft. The company has made strategic investments in tooling, training, and technical data so that new and existing global clients can fully leverage EMC’s 35 years of aviation experience across this popular family of Airbus aircraft.

“With the new company’s vision in place, EMC is focused on expanding our programs and services by 20% within the next 12 months,” remarks Hal Heule, Chief Executive Officer of Evergreen Maintenance Center. “Considering Airbus has won more than 8,100 orders for the A320 series aircraft and delivered over 4,800 to date, we consider this an important step forward in EMC’s expansion plan.”

“Considering Airbus has won more than 8,100 orders for the A320 series aircraft and delivered over 4,800 to date, we see this as an important step forward in EMC’s expansion plan.” remarks Hal Heule, Chief Executive Officer of Evergreen Maintenance Center.

The certificate covers the entire Airbus A320 product line, which includes the A318, A319, A320, and A321.

FMI: www.evergreenmc.com

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