TIMCO Aviation Services has added two new locations in the US to its line maintenance and cabin services operations’ network.

These two new lines are at Ted Stevens Anchorage International airport and San Francisco International airport.

The locations offer services including line maintenance transit checks, overnight scheduled cabin maintenance and aircraft-on-the-ground recovery supports, says parent company Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co (HAECO). The stations are also able to provide specific maintenance and repair and overhaul capabilities as needed.

HAECO completed the acquisition of North Carolina-based maintenance firm TIMCO this February, in a deal valued at approximately $389 million.

Source: Cirium Dashboard