Amman-based MRO provider and the engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), Joramco, has signed its first maintenance agreement with GetJet Airlines.
GetJet Airlines, headquartered in Lithuania, offers charter services on behalf of numerous international airlines, including LOT Polish Airlines, Wizz Air, Finnair, Air Malta, Tunisair, and others.
The partnership between GetJet Airlines and Joramco began in June this year when the MRO provider performed maintenance work on one of GetJet’s A320 aircraft. Joramco then completed a successful and comprehensive C check on one of GetJet’s A330 aircraft in July.
“This agreement with GetJet Airlines further solidifies our leading position in the market, and is a testament to the superlative level of work being done on the ground at Joramco’s facilities,” said Speaking on the occasion, Jeff Wilkinson, Joramco‘s Chief Executive Officer. Thanks to our hard-earned reputation as a leader in the MRO field, we are well on our way to fulfilling our vision of expanding our portfolio of international clients.”
“Partnership with Joramco opens new possibilities,” saidDarius Viltrakis, GetJet Airlines CEO. “A trustful MRO partner enables us to plan business processes, including an aircraft check, more accurately. It is essential, especially in these post-pandemic times with recovering aviation. Therefore, we are looking forward to having another fruitful collaboration with Joramco.”
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