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DAE’s Joramco obtains EASA Part 145 approval for Boeing 787 aircraft

Posted 3 September 2018 · Add Comment

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) has announced that its Jordan-based engineering division Joramco has successfully obtained EASA Part 145 approval for the Boeing 787 aircraft type.

 

The approval comes after Joramco obtained similar approval for this type from the Jordanian Civil Aviation Authority (JCARC) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in April of this year.

Jeff Wilkinson, Chief Executive Officer of Joramco said: "We are very pleased to gain our EASA approval for the Boeing 787. This approval allows us to broaden our service offerings to a wider base of customers as we continue to build on Joramco's success as a leading MRO facility offering a globally competitive suite of MRO services."

Firoz Tarapore, Chief Executive Officer of DAE said: “The EASA approval for the Boeing 787 further recognises Joramco’s extended capability set in maintaining new technology aircraft. This achievement reflects DAE’s goal of developing a regionally-based world class competitive MRO and services platform to complement its top tier leasing platform.”

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