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Royal Air Maroc signs contract with Spairliners to maintain its E-Jet fleet

Posted 19 June 2015 · Add Comment

Royal Air Maroc has signed a maintenance contract with Spairliners to support the airline's E-Jet fleet.

The Casablanca based airline is Spairliners' 11th E-Jet customer for long-term component pooling and repair solutions.  

"Royal Air Maroc is well-established and one of the most well-known airlines in Africa. We are very proud to welcome them to our customer base. We provide Royal Air Maroc with a customised pooling solution

which ensures maximum service levels from our Paris and Munich operational centres,” said Olivier Mazzucchelli, CEO at Spairliners.  

Sven-Uve Hüschler, Spairliners' CFO added: "Thanks to prior discussions and extensive analyses, we designed a cost efficient model with guaranteed availability on required components, anytime and anywhere, tailored to fit Royal Air Maroc's needs.”

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