Joramco has performed its first C-check on a Royal Jordanian Boeing 787 at its Amman facility.
The Jordanian engineering firm secured approvals to carry out 787 maintenance work from Jordanian, European and US authorities last year.
Joramco chief executive Jeff Wilkinson says: "The 787 is a key aircraft within our strategic plans and the increased scope of approval has been welcomed by our customers. We continue to build on Joramco's success as a leading MRO facility offering a globally competitive suite of MRO services."
Royal Jordanian chief executive Stefan Pichler says his carrier, which is a shareholder in the MRO provider, is "glad to see the enhanced and growing strategic partnership with Joramco, which is based on the long history and experience the two entities have been sharing, particularly since we both operate from the same hub, Amman".
Cirium's Fleets Analyzer shows that Royal Jordanian has seven 787s in service and three more on order.