Mon, 22 Apr 2019
Air Belgium signs a four year agreement with Joramco

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Amman, Jordan - Joramco, the Amman based MRO and the engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise DAE, have signed a 4 year base maintenance agreement with Air Belgium for the first time to perform C checks on the carrier’s A340 fleet, from which the first check was performed during last month where the rest of the checks are planned to commence between April and September of this year.

Commenting on this agreement, Mr. Jeff Wilkinson, Joramco’s CEO, said: “We are extremely happy with the new collaboration between Joramco and Air Belgium which emphasizes on Joramco’s position in the European market and the strength of Joramco‘s capability in maintaining the Airbus A340 through delivering high-quality solutions at competitive prices and on-time delivery”

Niky Terzakis, CEO of Air Belgium said: “Being an airline in its early start days, Air Belgium has to rely on professional and dependable organization. With Joramco, we found more than an MRO, we have a partner on which we can rely upon. We were delighted with the first base check that was delivered on time and on budget, without compromising quality.”

Air Belgium SA/NV is a Belgian Corporation with its main office located in Mont-Saint-Guibert in Walloon-Brabant. The Company’s objective is to offer business and leisure travellers long-distance flights for a low price. Air Belgium operates from Brussels Charleroi Airport.

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) and the Jordan’s Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission (JCARC).