Joramco, the Amman based MRO and the engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise DAE, and flydubai have successfully renewed the agreement to provide the carrier with heavy maintenance solutions for its fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft. Under this agreement Joramco will perform up to 45 C checks and EIS checks from January 2019. In addition, Joramco will perform avionics and cabin modifications including broad band modifications.
Commenting on this agreement, Jeff Wilkinson, Joramco CEO, said: “We are delighted that flydubai is extending its agreement with Joramco. We value our partnership with flydubai which started in 2013. This collaboration demonstrates our commitment to excellence through providing value added services and ensures that our customers meet their operational targets.”
“In the past five years, Joramco has played an important role in our operations by fulfilling our MRO requirements,” said Mick Hills, Senior Vice President, Engineering and Maintenance at flydubai. “We look forward to seeing our partnership strengthen with this latest agreement as our fleet continues to grow.”
Dubai-based flydubai has created a network of more than 85 destinations and over the next decade the airline will see its fleet grow by up to 296 aircraft. It currently operates a single fleet-type of 58 Boeing 737 aircraft. The airline placed the largest single-aisle aircraft orders in the region at the 2013 and 2017 editions of the Dubai Airshow.
With more than 50 years of experience, Joramco has built a sound track record as a leading commercial aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility serving a wide range of customers in the; Middle East, Europe, South Asia, Africa, Russia and the CIS countries, offering services on several aircraft models from the Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer fleets.
Strategically located at a free zone area in Queen Alia International Airport in Amman-Jordan, Joramco’s facility includes 5 hangars that can accommodate up to 15 aircraft. Joramco is certified by a number of international regulatory authorities including the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Jordan’s Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission (JCARC), and the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA).