Amman Here to Stay: Ryanair Signs 5-Year Maintenance Deal

Amman Here to Stay: Ryanair Signs 5-Year Maintenance Deal
Photo Credit: Joramco.

Earlier this week, Ryanair signed a five-year deal with Joramco for maintenance services in Amman, Jordan, as the Irish low-cost carrier seeks to get its growth-based affairs in order.

This five-year deal is based off an already existing relationship between the two sides, where Joramco has been providing such services for four years.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

What Will Be Going On in Amman for Ryanair?


Amman Here to Stay: Ryanair Signs 5-Year Maintenance Deal
Photo Credit: Joramco.

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The agreement signed between Joramco and Ryanair in Amman will ensure that the Irish low-cost carrier has significant flexibility in its maintenance needs, especially in the upcoming period where such works takes place.

As the Irish low-cost carrier grows its fleet to 800 aircraft, the expectation is that the airline will handle 300 million passengers per year by 2034.

Commenting on this milestone was Neal McMahon, Ryanair’s Chief Operations Officer:

“We are thrilled to announce our expansion in Amman confirming our 5-year heavy maintenance agreement with Joramco.”

“Joramco have been providing heavy maintenance for our fleet for the past 4 years however, this agreement allows Ryanair to utilise up to 6 heavy maintenance lines and conduct 41 checks this Winter season.”

“Joramco is a long-established maintenance provider with state-of-the-art facilities with over 50 customers around the world.”

“It has an excellent reputation for a quality service offering in the industry and we are pleased to be announcing this new and enhanced deal.”

“This agreement will ensure that Ryanair continues to have flexibility as to where it places its aircraft for the winter maintenance season.”

In all, this represents a strong maintenance deal for the Irish low-cost carrier, with Joramco benefitting from a big customer also.

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