Joramco has added services for the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to its existing capabilities.
Following approval by regional regulators the Jordanian Civil Aviation Authority and the United Arab Emirates Civil Aviation Authority, Amman-based Joramco will now be able to offer airframe services on the new-generation aircraft, which entered into service in May 2017 with launch customer Malindo Air.
The aircraft has approximately 3,843 orders in place at the end of August 2017, according to Boeing.
Aviation Week’s 2017 Fleet & MRO Forecast data projects global MRO demand on the jet will reach $24.9 billion by 2026.
“Adding the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft capability is considered a strategic milestone in our capabilities development plans as it will expand our airframe and service offerings to our customers,” said Amjad Korshlow, acting CEO at Joramco. “This addition shows our commitment to support existing and future customers who are operating the next generation of aircraft.”