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 EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING Signs Maintenance Agreements with New Customers from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East
 Cairo, Egypt
 
  
 
																		EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING Company successfully signed maintenance agreements with 26 customers during the 4th quarter of fiscal year 2017/2018 including airlines from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East to provide line maintenance, base maintenance, aircraft painting, aircraft engine overhaul and mechanical components overhaul services, said Pilot Ahmed Adel, Chairman & CEO of EGYPTAIR Holding Company.

He added that EGYPTAIR is currently seeking to implement the development plans to meet the challenges facing the civil aviation sector and to increase the competitiveness in the global markets in the field of aircraft maintenance and overhaul. He also stressed the need to work on developing more future plans to ensure keeping pace of global developments and adding new customers.

Eng. Abou Taleb Tawfik, Chairman & CEO of EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, said that the company is always seeking to expand its aircraft maintenance service provided to its customers, which will maximize revenue and increase profits; EGME's customers has reached 120 airlines from different countries.

Abou Taleb added that the company signed 3 agreements with European airlines for line maintenance services in its domestic and international stations approved by EASA, including Aegean Airlines in Riyadh and Jeddah, Czech Airlines in Riyadh station, as well as Lithuanian airline "Avion Express" and Moldovan airline "Fly One" in Hurghada station.

At the African level,EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING will provide line maintenance services to Kenya Airways at Khartoum station. In Asia, the company signed agreements with India's Jet Airways at Riyadh and Dammam stations, Emirates Airline at Khartoum station, and the Lebanese company "Wings of Lebanon" at Sharm El Sheikh station. Domestically, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING provides line maintenance services to Fly Egypt at Jeddah station.