AJW Aviation signs MRO deal with Air Méditerranée
French ACMI, regular flight and charter airline, Air Méditerranée, has chosen AJW Aviation to provide full power-by-the-hour services for seven A321 Airbus aircraft. Four of the aircraft operate out of Paris CDG, two in Middle East and one in Moldova, and together the fleet flies an extensive route network across Europe, North and West Africa, and the Middle East. In support of the multi-year agreement, AJW will also locate extensive main base kit in Dubai DXB, Chisinau (Moldova) and Paris CDG.
October 5, 2015 By AJW Aviation
“Air Méditerranée has chosen to work with AJW Aviation because they meet all of our operational requirements in terms of logistics and inventory placement. This will enable the airline to have better cost control” says Frédéric Cros, Technical Director of Air Méditerranée. “AJW’s focus on transforming aviation efficiency combined with their technical reliability monitoring of spare parts will contribute effectively to the profitable running of our business.”
AJW currently supports 69% of global fleet operators with appropriate Airbus and Boeing aircraft types and this is fully underpinned by AJW Technique, the organisation’s component repair and overhaul facility in Montreal that is focused on streamlining processes to minimise turn-times and further guarantee dispatch reliability.
“Location of spares inventory in Paris CDG is a big advantage for Air Méditerranée” adds Alexis Dufermont, VP Sales – Europe at AJW Aviation. “It is AJW’s policy to ring the globe with strategic hubs of commercial Airbus and Boeing spares in support of specific power-by-the-hour contracts, and to sustain the Company’s award-winning 24/7/365 AOG service and this latest contract once again underlines the outstanding value for money and excellent customer service that is embodied within a power-by-the-hour agreement.”
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