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Swiss International Air Lines chooses Joramco as maintenance provider

Posted 19 October 2018 · Add Comment

Joramco and Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) have signed a five-year agreement by which Joramco will perform C-Checks and HMV checks on the SWISS Airbus fleet, A320, A333 and A340.

 

The agreement also includes incorporation of ADs, SBs and structure repairs at Joramco’s Base Maintenance facility in Amman (Jordan). As of today Joramco has performed 35 successful layovers for Swiss International Air Lines.

SWISS and the Lufthansa Group are working in very close cooperation with Joramco to introduce new ways of working together. Both parties have just completed a week’s workshop together to streamline their procedures and processes. The goal of the workshop was to improve TAT, material deliveries, order to invoicing, final documentation, cabin standards, in-house capabilities and have a technical acceptable aircraft on redelivery.   

“Joramco, with its expanding capabilities, strives to provide its customers with flexible, high quality services at competitive prices, taking advantage of the ongoing transformation that is taking place at the company, we are delighted that this was noted by our customers who entrusted Joramco with their base maintenance services and resulted in extending the agreement with us,” said Jeff Wilkinson, CEO of Joramco.

Jeff Wilkinson, CEO of Joramco.

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