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Dubai Airshow: AMMROC and Eurocopter deliver Panther to the UAE

Posted 19 November 2013 · 1 Comment

AMMROC (Advanced Military Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Center) and Eurocopter have completed the overhaul, modification, and delivery of the first Eurocopter AS565 (PANTHER) aircraft to the UAE Joint Aviation Command (JAC).



AMMROC  and Lockheed Martin made the announcement with Eurocopter during Dubai Airshow.

Fahed Ghareeb Al Shamesi CEO of AMMROC, said: “This initial delivery proves that AMMROC is committed to providing world class support programs to the Joint Aviation Command and reinforces the value of cultivating strong relationships with the OEMs to provide sophisticated solutions to our customers.  The successful completion of the Eurocopter AS565 aircraft is a key milestone in providing world class MRO services to the JAC, and we are pleased to have the support of Eurocopter moving forward with AMMROC’s continued growth.”

1 Comment for Dubai Airshow: AMMROC and Eurocopter deliver Panther to the UAE

sanaullah

posted 9 months ago

It has been proved that AMMROC is the best maintenance man power provider in the word. it has a definite maintenance level.

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