MTU Extends V2500 MRO Contract With Royal Jordanian

MTU Maintenance has extended its contract with Royal Jordanian Airlines for the maintenance of the flag carrier’s 24 V2500 engines powering its fleet of 12 A320 family aircraft.

MTU Maintenance has extended its contract with Royal Jordanian Airlines for the maintenance of the flag carrier’s 24 V2500 engines powering its fleet of 12 A320 family aircraft.

The Total Engine Care agreement, which will run for five years, includes traditional MRO services, options for lease engines and MTU’s early detection system MTUPlus Engine Trend Monitoring.

Suleiman Obeidat, president and CEO of Royal Jordanian, said: “As the market leader for MRO work on the V2500, MTU Maintenance did excellent work for us in the previous years; we therefore extended this trust and are confident to see the same high-quality standards again this time.”

TAGS: Middle East
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