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Boeing and Joramco announce new BCF line in Amman, Jordan

Joramco is slated to be the first MRO supplier in the Middle East to support future Boeing freighter conversions of both domestic and foreign aircraft. Located in Amman, Jordan, Joramco is geographically situated to support future 737-800BCF customers operating across the Middle East, Europe, North Africa, and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Joramco is a subsidiary of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), which also has a leasing division with a fleet of approximately 550 aircraft on lease to approximately 120 airlines in approximately 60 countries.

Fraser Currie, Chief Executive Officer of Joramco, added, “We’re very excited to grow our relationship with Boeing. The new 737-800BCF capability we’re bringing to our MRO is another major milestone for Joramco, and we are delighted that Boeing has selected Joramco as a future site for the 737-800BCF. Our geographic location in Amman, our deep MRO experience, and the opportunity to work together with DAE on their customers’ requirements makes this a very exciting opportunity for Joramco.”

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