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 New Customers from the European Continent
 December 2012,Cairo
 
  
 
EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING managed to attract more customers from different European countries to crown continuous efforts exerted by EGME aiming to provide customers with highest degree of efficiency through adopting most strict “Safety and Quality” standard as its main service criteria. International certificates such as EASA & FAA played a vital role in gaining trust by customers from all over the world who basically seek reliable technical services.

Eng. Abou Taleb Tawfik, Chairman & CEO, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, said that the company has recently signed several contracts to widen its customer network. “On top of the customer list, came Thomas Cook Belgium. The Belgian carrier is sending two A320 during this month for C-Check” added Abou Taleb. “Cooperation with Thomas Cook had started in 2007 when EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING won a bid to provide maintenance services for Thomas Cook’s fleet, and won another one in September 2011.” Abou Taleb clarified.

Meanwhile, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING has continued cooperation with the Russian carrier Aerovista through a contract to perform on its B737-500 “Bridge Check” and painting in accordance to FAA requirements. Aerovista has been relying mainly on EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING technically for a large number of its aircraft. Still in Russia, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING’s technical team has finalized A-Check for Orenair’s B777 as part of the contract with the Russian airline.

Moving westward in Europe, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING managed to sign a contract with the Portuguese airline Hifly for A-Check on its A340-300 which has already been accomplished successfully. The A340-300 is Hifly’s second aircraft of the same type to be overhauled by EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING since last May. In another European side, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING has gained the trust of the Spanish carrier SwiftAir to conduct C-Check for its B737-300 to be the third aircraft of SwiftAir to be handled in Cairo in two months.

On the Arab Region, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING has conducted C-Check for NAS Air’s E-190 as part of the agreement with the Saudi airline to provide technical services for its fleet of Airbus 320 and Embraer E-170/190.

Whereas, under the total care provided by EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING to Petro Air’s aircraft, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING performed Maintenance tasks on the Libyan E-170 successfully.