GMF Completes Maintenance of First Virgin Aircraft

GMF AeroAsia has completed C-Check maintenance/8 Year Maintenance of the first Virgin Australia’s B737-NG with VH VUM registration. Not only C-Check, the aircraft also had ADSB maintenance and painting because it will be operated by T-Way, an airline from Korea. The 45 days maintenance gives satisfaction to Virgin Airlines, as the maintenance schedule fit in its expectation particularly in the customer clearance process thus the engine could be sent faster to GMF’s Hangar.

“In advance of being operated by T-Way, the aircraft is waiting for registration from the authorities,” said Rajesh Ferdinand Kusuma as Account Manager and Sales of GMF.

With the satisfactory maintenance outcome, Virgin Australia sent a second B737-NG aircraft with VU MUN registration. The aircraft started undergoing redelivery maintenance in GMF’s Hangar 4 since September 21st 2015. The aircraft is intended to be completed on November 3rd 2015. After the second aircraft completion, Virgin Australia will send its third B737-NG plane with VU VOX registration. “It is expected that the third plane will be sent around January 2016,” he stated. Virgin Australia Airlines’ trust adds a long list of GMF’s customers all around the world especially in Australia