Subscribe Free
in People

DAE appoints Jeff Wilkinson as Joramco's CEO

Posted 25 September 2017 · Add Comment

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) Ltd. announces the appointment of Jeff Wilkinson as Chief Executive Officer of its subsidiary company, Jordan Aircraft Maintenance (Joramco).

Wilkinson was most recently Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Airways Engineering based in Abu Dhabi responsible for several core business functions including Airframe and Component maintenance services, Supply Chain Management, Design Engineering, CAMO, Line and Light maintenance. He led a team of over 3,000 professionals to drive a new strategic direction including EASA major design and production approval, and establish a Customer Focus business unit culminating in the delivery of several Tier 1 customers to the company. Jeff has more than 25 years of industry experience, 11 of which have been at Etihad Airways. Prior to joining Etihad, Jeff has played a key role as Head of Base and Line Maintenance (BSL) for Swiss International Airlines, and worked with multiple leading industry MROs. 

Khalifa H. AlDaboos, Chairman of Joramco said: “We are thrilled to be able to recruit someone of Jeff’s caliber to lead Joramco. Based in Amman, Joramco provides commercial aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services to clients in Europe, Africa, Middle East and other parts of Asia. I am confident that Jeff’s leadership skills, industry expertise and decades-long experience of working in multi-cultural work environments will translate into an exciting new growth future for Joramco and its dedicated work force of 900 professionals.”

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Latest News

Cooperation the key to a safer future for all

Airspace, safety and security are key issues for the Middle East and North Africa. The United Nations body for civil aviation, ICAO, has its regional headquarters in Cairo, where Alan Peaford met regional vice president, Mohamed Rahma.

SITA: Biometric technology is emerging as top solution for airlines and airports

Biometric technology is emerging as the top solution for airlines and airports to automate identity checks amid rising passenger numbers. This is according to Biometrics for Better Travel: An ID Management Revolution, a report

Spike Aerospace predicts supersonic market exceeds 13 Million+ annually

"Supersonic flights could be enjoyed by over 13 million passengers annually when flights begin in 2025," according to Vik Kachoria, CEO & President of Spike Aerospace.

Qatar Airways and Iberia expand codeshare partnership

Qatar Airways and Iberia have extended of their codeshare partnership, offering Iberia customers increased connectivity to destinations across the Middle East and Asia, as well as providing enhanced accessibility for Qatar Airways

Emirates anticipates high passenger traffic for spring holiday

Travel is expected to peak for Emirates, as the airline expects yet another busy period with visitors passing through Terminal 3 ahead of the spring holiday.

Boeing 737 MAX 7 completes successful first flight

Boeing's new 737 MAX 7 successfully completed its first flight today. The airplane remains on schedule and now begins a comprehensive flight test programme leading to certification and delivery in 2019.

TAA SK0902311218
See us at
SOFEX BT2018AirportShow BT1502090518MEBAA BT2018Global Aerospace BT2018Istanbul Airshow BT22018ArabianTravelMkBT250418BIAS BT271017161118Aviation Africa BT18418