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Joramco and Kenya Airways sign maintenance agreement

Posted 14 October 2019 · Add Comment

Joramco and Kenya Airways, the flag carrier airline of Kenya, have signed a heavy maintenance agreement for the first time to perform OOP check for six B787 from the carrier’s fleet in addition to major modification tasks related to upgrading IFE wiring system and Oxygen Modules PSUs.

 

Joramco successfully delivered five aircraft between May and June while work on the sixth aircraft is planned to commence in September.

“Kenya Airways is glad to have partnered with Joramco in providing maintenance services to its flagship B787 fleet. The collaboration between the two organizations provides an excellent opportunity for skills and knowledge transfer in Maintenance Repair & Overhaul, an area we consider important to our business as we are a maintenance hub for different operators in the African region” said Evans Kihara – technical director at Kenya Airways.

Jeff Wilkinson, Joramco’s chief executive officer commented: “We are extremely proud to partner with Kenya Airways for the first time. Our partnership with Kenya’s flag carrier to maintain their 787s re-affirms Joramco ‘s efforts in expanding its capabilities and its customer base in addition to proving its position as an industry leader.”

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