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GREENWICH AIR SERVICES SIGNS 30-YEAR LEASE ON FORMER EASTERN SPACE AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

 GREENWICH AIR SERVICES SIGNS 30-YEAR LEASE
 ON FORMER EASTERN SPACE AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
 MIAMI, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Greenwich Air Services, one of the world's largest independent aviation maintenance companies, has signed a 30-year lease for 400,000 square feet of space at Miami International Airport, in a facility which was formerly the site of Eastern Air Lines' jet engine repair shop.
 "This expanded space, along with our intensive modernization and upgrading program, will provide our customers with one of the industry's best-equipped, state-of-the-art full-service centers for engines and components," said company president and CEO Eugene P. Conese Jr.
 Greenwich currently occupies a 200,000-square-foot facility on the west side of Miami International Airport. The company will move its entire operation into the new facility by the end of 1992.
 According to Conese, the new space will allow room for Greenwich to expand its services on the overhaul and repair of high bypass ratio engines and the associated components for the newest large jet airliners. The space will also provide for general modernization of the company's engine, component and accessories divisions.
 The new service center will lay the foundation for Greenwich's expansion program, which includes new services and accessories for such engines as the General Electric CF6-50, Rolls Royce RB211-22B and RB211-535E4; and the Pratt & Whitney JT-9. These engines are found on the newest wide-bodied aircraft including the Boeing 747, 767 and 757; the Airbus 300 and A310; and the McDonnell Douglas DC-10.
 The expanded component shop will provide service for all QEC (quick engine change) components for the CF6, RB-211 and JT-9 engines, as well as for the components of all wide-bodied aircraft.
 Greenwich Air Services is already a recognized leader in the repair and overhaul of Pratt & Whitney JT-8s, JT3s, GG3s and GG4s; and General Electric's CF-6 and J79 aircraft engines and LM 1500 and LM 2500 industrial engines.
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 /CONTACT: Jim Murphy of Bruce Rubin Associates, 305-448-7450 (office) or 305-598-0741 (home), for Greenwich Air Services/ CO: Greenwich Air Services ST: Florida IN: AIR SU:


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