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Alsalam Aircraft Company secures Max Air contract for maintenance on five Boeing 747's

Posted 25 June 2012 · Add Comment

Riyadh based Alsalam Aircraft Company has signed a contract with Nigerian air carrier Max Air Limited to carry out maintenance on its fleet of Boeing 747-300 & -400 airplanes.

This is the second time Max Air Ltd has selected to contract with Alsalam. Max Air Ltd. specializes in charter flights to carry Hajj pilgrims from several cities in Nigeria, Niger and other West African countries to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Having a Saudi Arabian maintenance provider helps the Nigerian carrier ensure the appropriate inspections are in compliance with the Saudi General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA).  Max Air transported over 60,000 pilgrims in 2011 to Saudi Arabia.

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