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Joramco announces maintenance agreement with Avion Express

Posted 18 February 2020 · Add Comment

Joramco, the Amman based MRO and the engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), has announced that it has entered into the first maintenance agreement with the operator, Avion Express, one of the largest narrow-body ACMI operators.

 

The agreement, which took place in August 2019, included heavy maintenance on six of the carrier’s A320 aircraft. Checks began October 2019 and have continued into the New Year; the final aircraft is currently undergoing maintenance and is projected to be delivered early March.

 

Jeff Wilkinson, Joramco‘s chief executive officer said: “The agreement with Avion Express marks a strategic move forward as Joramco expands further into the Eastern European Market. The continuous expansion of Joramco’s capabilities, skillset and service offerings is part of DAE’s progressive vision and a necessary part of maintaining our dynamic position as a world-class MRO.

 

Leonids Trofimovics, Avion Express Base Maintenance Manager added: “We are delighted to have started our cooperation with Joramco. Professional, swift and sharp approach – that’s what we’ve seen from Joramco so far during our aircraft maintenance. We hope Avion Express and Joramco partnership will extend even further and provide great results in the future.”

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