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Lufthansa Technik offers total component support for Royal Jordanian's twelve A320s

Posted 11 July 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian and Lufthansa Technik AG have signed a comprehensive agreement.

Within the framework of this Total Component Support contract, which is already in effect, Lufthansa Technik will supply components for Royal Jordanian’s twelve A320 aircraft. The exclusive contract comprises extensive component maintenance services. Spare parts are provided through access to Lufthansa Technik’s component pool and through a home base lease at Royal Jordanian’s headquarters in Amman.

Royal Jordanian President/CEO Stefan Pichler said: We have always trusted the technical services extended by Lufthansa Technik, and we are pleased to build on our long-standing partnership. We believe their efficient and timely services will support our continued keenness to maintain our aircraft in their best performance.” 

Robert Gaag, Vice President Corporate Sales EUMEA, said: “We look forward to a successful partnership with Royal Jordanian and are thankful for the airline’s confidence in us. With our technical know-how and our competitive cost structures, we want to make a significant contribution to the success of Royal Jordanian in the important, rapidly growing Middle East aviation market.”

 

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