Kenya Airways and Corendon Airlines sign agreements with Joramco for base-maintenance on 787 and 737 aircraft

Joramco and Kenya Airways sign base maintenance agreement ©Joramco

Joramco, the Amman based MRO and the engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) has won another base maintenance contract from Kenya Airways, Kenya’s flag carrier, to perform seven heavy checks and modifications on its 787 aircraft. The checks will commence in 2020, between January and September.

A new customer for Joramco is Corendon Airlines, a Turkish leisure airline headquartered in Antalya. The airline has signed its first agreement with Joramco for heavy maintenance work on four Boing 737NG aircraft of the carrier’s fleet. These checks are planned to commence during Winter 2019/2020.

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