Joramco Continues MRO Agreement with Ryanair
Joramco, the Amman based MRO and the engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), is heading into the new season and starting maintenance on the new line of aircraft after successfully completing its first-time base maintenance agreement with the Irish budget airline, Ryanair.
The agreement covered Joramco’s performance of heavy checks on the airline’s Boeing 737 NG fleet.
Ryanair booked two parallel lines at the Joramco facility during the winter season, initially set from November 2019 until June 2020. While the new line of checks started on 15th July 2020 and will continue through March 2021 and consist of five 737 NG and followed by seven A320.
Jeff Wilkinson, CEO of Joramco stated, “We are looking forward to starting a new and productive season after the slowdown caused by the global situation, and our teams are eager to get back to what they do best.
"As a world-class MRO, Joramco is continuously expanding and improving its capabilities, skillset and the high-quality services it provides for its customers worldwide, and as a direct result of these efforts, Joramco is attracting more prestigious airlines each year.
"We’re proud of our team who have, despite the challenges posed by the Coronavirus, dedicatedly provided first-class maintenance services that have met, and will continue to meet Ryanair’s high expectations.”
Commenting on the agreement, Andrew Holder, Deputy Director Heavy Maintenance at Ryanair said, "We are pleased with the level of service provided by Joramco over the course of the winter season.
"Our maintenance program and requirements are extensive and the team at Joramco have done a great job of meeting all of our requirements and standards whilst maintaining a portion of our fleet.
"All of this has been accomplished with excellent communication between the two of us. We would like to express our thanks to the Joramco team involved in our maintenance lines this year and we look forward to continuously improving our working relationship for years to come."