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EgyptAir maintenance and engineering establishes LM Station in Dubai

Posted 5 August 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir maintenance and engineering has signed a partnership agreement with SKAN Aviation to establish a line maintenance station in Dubai International Airport.

The agreement ceremony was attended by Mohamed Natafji and Osama Al-Shanti,  SKAN Aviation board members.

The new station provides technical services for aircraft types A330, A320, B737-800, B777, and B787 and is expected to start operations by mid-August.

"We look forward to attracting more customers to our new station; it is going to be a real challenge for us as we seek expanding our network in the region. It is a step forward, and we consider our partnership with SKAN a strategic and promising one," said Pilot Ahmed Adel,  Chairman and CEO of EgyptAir Holding Company.

Mostafa Ali El-Din Imam, chairman and CEO of EgyptAir maintenance and engineering said: "Future plans include further expansion in base maintenance services as study is underway to establish a hangar in one of the UAE's airports. We trust our capabilities and our technical teams who can work under any circumstances. We rely much on our workforce, who enjoy world-class skills and work professionally to achieve the least turnaround time. We enjoy a long experience and a wide network of stations to reach the maximum satisfaction of our customers everywhere."

 

 

 

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