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AJW signs component support deal with JC International Airlines

Posted 30 May 2017 · Add Comment

AJW, that has an office in Dubai, has won a power-by-the-hour (PBH) component support contract with JC (Cambodia) International Airlines, one of Cambodia's leading airlines, for its new A320 fleet.


The multi-million Dollar five-year deal, with the option of a five year extension, includes component support and the leasing of the Main Base Kit, for the airline’s fleet of 20 new A320s. Five aircraft are due to be delivered in the first year, with the contract to take effect in June. 

Nick Ward, director of sales at AJW China, said: “Winning this highly competitive contract is a testament to AJW’s capabilities from one of the region’s growing airlines.

“AJW has the knowledge and experience to support JC (Cambodia) International Airlines as it continues to expand its operations and we are looking forward to working in partnership with them in the years ahead.”

Li He, Director of Engineering and Maintenance Department at JC (Cambodia) International Airlines, said: “We are pleased to have selected AJW as our partner. AJW has the technical expertise and customer service track record we are seeking for the component support requirements of our new fleet.”

 

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