Royal Jordanian renews component support contract with AFI KLM E&M Group
Royal Jordanian, a long-standing AFI KLM E&M customer, renewed its trust in the services of the maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) group by signing a new contract to provide its A320 fleet with component support.
The agreement covers the Royal Jordanian’s A320s fleet, which counts 13 aircraft, and includes the provision of a main base kit, pool access and component repairs on a per-flight-hour basis.
Royal Jordanian Head of Maintenance and Engineering Department Imadedeen Faraheed said: “We are delighted to sign a new contract with AFI KLM E&M, with whom we have been engaged in a genuine, trust-based partnership for over a decade. The group always responded positively to our airline’s demands, thus strengthening the overall quality of our business relations.”
AFI KLM E&M Senior Vice President Commercial Fabrice Defrance said: “This agreement illustrates the strength of our relationship, which amounts to far more than simple cooperation between client and supplier. We are honored by Royal Jordanian’s trust, and hope that our cooperation will develop even further.”
AFI KLM E&M has been providing operational support for Royal Jordanian for over a decade on all aircraft types, including A320, A330, A340 components and cabin modifications, offering the airline quick quality services.
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