EgyptAir Group expands scope of partnership signed in 2004.
Paris, Amstelveen, 20 June 2013. EgyptAir Group, represented by EgyptAir Maintenance and Engineering is taking advantage of the renewal of its existing component support contract to extend its scope, confirming its trust in AFI KLM E&M services. Initially signed in 2004 to cover component support for EgyptAir's Airbus, the renewed contract now includes the carrier's A320s, A330s and Boeing 777 fleets.
The renewal marks a new stage in cooperation between the two groups. Eng. Abou Taleb, EgyptAir Maintenance and Engineering Chairman said: "We are happy to be prolonging and broadening our partnership with AFI KLM E&M, whose high-level know-how and great adaptability to our operational needs we have appreciated for a number of years." Fabrice Defrance, AFI KLM E&M Senior VP Commercial, said: "This deal reflects the trust-based relationship built up between EgyptAir and AFI KLM E&M. We see it as a reward and as an incentive to continue delivering the highest level of service and responsiveness to our clients in a strategically important region for our growth."
About EgyptAir Maintenance and Engineering
EgyptAir Maintenance and Engineering, the leading MRO provider in the Middle East and Africa for Airbus, Boeing and Embraer types, with its more than 80 years of experience, serves more than 110 airlines in Europe, Middle East and Africa. EgyptAir employs a high potential workforce to satisfy its increasing customers with total care maintenance solutions, pool support and CAMO services. The company is approved by many authorities including EASA, FAA and ISO 9001:2008 and is an authorized Aircraft Service Centre for Embraer E-jets.