Flydubai has renewed a heavy maintenance agreement with Joramco.
The three-year deal – starting in January 2019 – covers up to 45 C- and entry-into-service checks, says the Jordanian MRO provider.
Avionics and cabin modifications, including broadband equipment support, will additionally be part of Joramco’s remit.
Chief executive Jeff Wilkinson states: “We value our partnership with Flydubai, which started in 2013.”
The Amman-based MRO provider is majority owned by Dubai Aerospace Enterprise.
“Joramco has played an important role in our operations,” states Flydubai chief executive Mick Hills – adding: “We look forward to seeing our partnership strengthen with this latest agreement as our fleet continues to grow.”
Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that Flydubai operates 50 737-800s and eight Max 8s, and has orders for another 241 Max jets, including -8s, -9 and -10s.