Amman / Tunis
Joramco has recently supported Tunis flag carrier, Tunisair, with two heavy checks for its A330 aircraft. Aircraft were delivered back to the airline after successfully accomplishing C check tasks in addition to several ADs and SBs. The two layovers took place during May of this year.
On this occasion, Osama Fattaleh, CEO of Joramco, commented: "We are pleased that Tunisair has selected Joramco to perform these maintenance activities. This collaboration reaffirms Joramco's strength, expertise and know-how on the A330 and our drive to become the MRO of choice for operators in the Middle East, Africa, South Asia, and Europe".
As the principal airline within a state controlled Group that includes few entities, Tunisair operates scheduled services from its Tunis Carthage International Airport main base to destinations throughout the Middle East and North Africa, West Africa and Europe. A solitary transatlantic route serves Montreal using Airbus A330-200 aircraft. Tunisair Express is a subsidiary domestic and regional short-haul carrier within the Group. Other subsidiaries include Catering Tunisia, an airline catering company, ground handling concern Tunisair Handling and MRO services provider Tunisair Technics, an EASA Part 145 certified which services the needs of Tunisair and Tunisair Express as well as third parties.
With more than 50 years of experience, Joramco has built a sound track record as a leading commercial aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility serving a wide range of customers in the Middle East, Europe, South Asia, Africa, Russia and the CIS countries, offering services on several aircraft models from the Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer fleets.
Strategically located at a free zone area in Queen Alia International Airport in Amman-Jordan, with an infrastructure that includes 5 hangers that can accommodate up to 10 aircraft; Joramco is certified by a number of international & local regulatory authorities to include the Jordan's Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission (JCARC), U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).