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Royal Jordanian Airlines and Turkish Technic in new cooperation agreement

Posted 15 February 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian Airlines will receive V2500 LRU components pool support from Turkish Technic.

The services and spares that will be provided within the framework of the agreement will be based in Turkish Technic’s Istanbul base and supply stations throughout the world. The LRU components will be serviced in the state-of-the-art facilities of Turkish Technic at Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport. The contract will also serve to enhance the strong business relationship between the two parties and will be a substantial step for Turkish Technic in the Middle East region.

Royal Jordanian Airlines CEO Suleiman Obeidat said: “We are pleased to cooperate with a pioneer MRO company in the region, Turkish Technic. We believe their contributions and technical services will back our endeavors to provide a continued on-time, efficient operation, all for a better passenger satisfaction.

Ahmet Karaman, CEO of Turkish Technic, said: “We are glad to be reaping the fruits of our labour with this win-win co-operation model. Turkish Technic has reached a fleet size of about 800 aircraft in the component pool market with the signing of this agreement.”

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