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Joramco signs agreement with Flyadeal

Posted 5 September 2018 · Add Comment

Joramco has successfully performed maintenance on one of Flyadeal’s A320s, the Saudi low cost carrier. The layover took place during last month for 20 days duration.

Jeff Wilkinson, Joramco CEO said: “We are pleased that flyadeal has selected Joramco to perform these maintenance tasks. This collaboration reaffirms Joramco’s strength, expertise and know-how on the A320 and we look forward to provide flyadeal with continued long-term value solutions and superior maintenance services”. 

Saudia, the flag carrier of Saudi Arabia, announced the creation of flyadeal on 17 April 2016. The venture is part of Saudia Group's SV2020 Transformation Strategy, which aims to elevate the group's units into world-class organizations by 2020. flyadeal will cater to domestic travelers, Hajj and Umrah pilgrims, and the rising number of tourists to Saudi Arabia, among other groups. The airline launched flights on 23 September 2017, linking Jeddah to Riyadh.

 

 Jeff Wilkinson, Joramco CEO

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