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2021 XIESA All Employee Briefing & Receipt of EASA 737 NG MOA


XIESA*, the Chinese maintenance and repair center created by Safran Landing Systems and China Eastern Airlines in 2016, proudly celebrated the EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) Maintenance Organization Approval, for Boeing 737 aircraft landing gears.

XIESA celebration event 2021 group photo

Demonstrating XIESA’s ability to meet the needs of airlines, this newly obtained approval from EASA joins the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) Maintenance Organization Approval already received for the Boeing 737 aircraft.

Next landing gear to be maintained, repaired and overhauled at XIESA will be the Airbus A320 family. XIESA have achieved the CAAC approval for this aircraft and are in the process of seeking approval from EASA, aiming to achieve that in the coming months.

The next step for XIESA will be seeking approval from the American, FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) for both of those aircraft families, aiming to achieve this in 2022.

*  Xi'an CEA Safran Landing Systems Services Co., Ltd, a 50/50 joint venture between Safran Landing Systems and China Eastern Airlines.