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Royal Jordanian awards exclusive component pool contract to Spairliners for its Embraer fleet

Posted 18 April 2018 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian signed a component services contract with Spairliners, the Integrated Component Care provider for Embraer E-Jet and Airbus A380 aircraft.

 

Effective from March 2018 the contract covers the component supply and repair management of Royal Jordanian’s E-Jet fleet consisting of three E175 and two E195 aircraft.

Spairliners will supply Royal Jordanian’s fleet from its component pool and logistic hub in Paris, France, as well as its central spare parts warehouse in Munich, Germany. The contracted services include streamlined supply chain management, pool access, repair management and tailored logistics services for Line Replaceable Units of Royal Jordanian’s E175 and E195 fleet.

Royal Jordanian’s CEO Stefan Pichler states: “As an airline carrier focusing on process optimization, cost improvement and profitable growth, we are pleased to have selected Spairliners as our partner. Spairliners are ready to offer us their customized product services, attractive cost scheme and their long-term experience in supporting our Embraer fleet. We are delighted to continue and extend the successful and excellent relationship which we have with Spairliners’ shareholders Air France KLM Engineering and Maintenance and Lufthansa Technik AG since many years.”

“We are delighted to be awarded by Royal Jordanian Airlines. It is an honour for us to support this leading network carrier in the region with our Integrated Component Care services”, says Cornelius Dalm, Head of Sales, Account Management and Marketing at Spairliners. He continues, “This contract is a great step for Spairliners to strengthen its presence in the Middle East. It enables us to further expand our footprint in this region and attract more operators with our cost-efficient services, customized product offerings and extensive in-house repair capabilities.”

 

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