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Aviation District and D J Aviation sign agreement to build two hangers

Posted 13 December 2018 · Add Comment

The Aviation District in Dubai South and D J Aviation, an Emirati company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the construction of two hangers at Aviation District of Dubai South by D J Aviation. The signing ceremony was held at MEBAA 2018.

 

Tahnoon Saif, chief executive officer of the Aviation District at Dubai South said: “The Aviation District in Dubai South is proud to have such partnership with UAE national partners, indicating the mutual trust and confidence.”

Extending over an area of approximately 11,000 square meter, the two hangars will offer local, regional and international clients, various services including; aircraft parking, service provision and aircraft management, as well as regional management services, customer relationship, commence charter sales, setting up full A6 AOC structure, and fueling. The hangers will also provide maintenance covering; line maintenance, and cleaning.

Ibrahim Al Mulla, CEO of D J Aviation said: “Entering this market is a new challenge for us. We hope to attract partnerships with local, regional and international companies to combine knowledge and experience for the success of the project.”

The hangars are expected to be completed and certified by the end of 2019.

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