Budget Irish airline Ryanair has extended its maintenance agreement with Joramco.
Under the new agreement, which was first signed in 2019, the Amman-based MRO provider will perform heavy checks on more aircraft from Ryanair’s fleet of Boeing 737-800s.
Commenting on the agreement, Joramco’s CEO Fraser Currie said: “We are pleased to continue the partnership between Joramco and Ryanair, which confirms that we are more than capable of providing first-class maintenance services to the satisfaction of our customers and airline partners around the world.
“We are honoured that Ryanair continues to trust Joramco’s expertise to meet their high standards.”
Joramco’s facilities are located at a free zone area in Alia International Airport in Amman-Jordan and include five hangars that can accommodate up to 15 aircraft.
Ryanair’s deputy director of heavy maintenance Andrew Holder added: “Ryanair are pleased to be continuing their long-term relationship with Joramco, we have a busy season ahead with nose to tail heavy checks and knowing Joramco will deliver the high standards of maintenance demanded by us is true testament to the relationship we have built.”