Etihad Engineering, the Abu Dhabi-based mostly plane upkeep, maintenance, and overhaul (MRO) products and services provider, has been awarded a weighty routine maintenance agreement by Virgin Australia for its Boeing 737 fleet.
The agreement covers weighty upkeep and modifications on more than 30 nose to tail plane for the premier airline by fleet measurement less than the Virgin manufacturer.
Etihad Engineering’s state-of-the-artwork facility is found in Abu Dhabi, adjacent to Abu Dhabi Global Airport, is spread about an spot of 500,000 sqm with 140,000 sqm committed to plane parking and preservation.
Aircraft hangars at the facility deal with around 66,000 sqm, which include 10,000 sqm of aircraft painting amenities.
The enterprise has correctly concluded advanced maintenance jobs over the years for airlines from throughout the globe.
The latest contract was announced during the Dubai Airshow this 7 days wherever Etihad Engineering is showcasing its extensive array of aircraft servicing and engineering alternatives.
Etihad Engineering has been persistently adding to its comprehensive capabilities on major commercial Boeing and Airbus platforms including the A350 and the A320neo, and partnering with marketplace leaders to bolster its worldwide consumer footprint outside of the Center East throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and Latin The us.
“We are happy to welcome another valued buyer from Australia to our facility in Abu Dhabi. With Australian borders reopening and global flights resuming, we are all geared up to assist the Virgin Australia crew ensuring its Boeing 737 fleet carry on to acquire to the skies in best condition as they meet the projected enhance in passenger demand,” claimed Abdul Khaliq Saeed, CEO of Etihad Engineering.
Stuart Aggs, COO of Virgin Australia, extra, “As domestic and global flying ramps up from an Australian viewpoint, Virgin Australia is as targeted as at any time on protection and on ensuring our aircraft function at, and are taken care of to, the maximum achievable regular.”