SR Technics and Skymark Airlines seal new long-term engine MRO agreement
Royal Jet, the Middle East’s foremost private charter company, headquartered in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has awarded SR Technics, one of the world’s leading technical providers of solutions to airlines, a five-year contract to maintain, repair and overhaul their CFM56-7B engine fleet.
The CFM56-7B engines are currently in service on Royal Jet’s six luxurious Boeing Business Jet (B737-700 IGW) aircraft, which are used by the carrier’s prestigious VIP guests.
The work on the engines will be carried out at SR Technics’ world renowned facilities at Zurich Airport, Switzerland. The maintenance, repair and overhaul of the first of the twelve Royal Jet CFM engines began in the second week of February, 2015.
Commenting on the contract win, SR Technics’ CEO André Wall said: “The fact that a carrier that puts luxury, quality and unsurpassed reliability at the top of its agenda chose SR Technics as its MRO provider is significant. Royal Jet’s guests pay for a truly exceptional service. They expect the pinnacle of performance and reliability and the highest benchmarks in terms of safety. So of course we are pleased that Royal Jet has entrusted SR Technics to deliver that level of quality competitively. We now look forward to building on our collaboration in future.”
Captain Patrick Gordon, Acting President & CEO of Royal Jet commented: “Royal Jet is recognized globally for its standard of luxury, reliability, confidentiality and safety in the private aviation industry. We are proud to only partner with suppliers who provide a first class service. The extensive technical audit and thorough tender process highlighted the superior offering from SR Technics. We look forward to working together on many future projects.”