Lufthansa Group has announced the continuation of its maintenance agreement with Jordan-based MRO provider Joramco.
Under the extended agreement, checks will be conducted on aircraft from three major flag carriers in the group: Lufthansa, Swiss and Brussels.
Lufthansa and Brussels checks will be performed during the winter season, while Swiss MRO activities will take place throughout the year.
Three widebody lines (Airbus A330 and Airbus A340) and two narrowbody lines (Airbus A320) will undergo extensive maintenance checks in accordance with the agreement.
Joramco has also signed an agreement with TAT Technologies for the servicing of its aircraft heat transfer components.
The deal will see the Amman-based MRO provider and engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) expand its maintenance services to include HTC components.
Under the agreement, a centre of excellence will be established at Joramco, for which TAT, through its subsidiary Limco, will lead the provision of MRO services for HTC components – including testing, repair and overhaul – at Joramco’s Queen Alia International Airport facilities.