AJW Group signed a newAircraft Component Repair agreement with JOB AIR Technic for aircraft support. The Aircraft Component Repair agreement supports JOB AIR Technic with a closed-loop Power-by-the-Hour (PBH) support contract for the supply and repair of components including logistic services and a support Pool of components.
JOB AIR Technic a.s., founded in 1993, and located at Ostrava International Airport in Czech Republic, is an EASA Part 145 airframe MRO and a Part 147 approved maintenance training organization. The company’s facilities are home to one of the largest and most modern single span aircraft maintenance hangars in Europe and employs a highly trained and experienced team of dedicated aircraft engineers and support staff. JOB AIR Technic a.s. provides airframe base maintenance on the Boeing 737 Classic, Next Generation (NG), and MAX, the Airbus A320ceo andA320neo series of aircraft and the Airbus A330.
AJW Group has nine decades of experience supporting airlines across Europe with component support. The signing of this contract is testament to the exceptional quality of service, delivery, and customer service delivered by the Group and reinforces AJW’s position as the market leader for end-to-end supply chain solutions.
“JOB AIR Technic is committed to delivering affordable airframe maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for our customers throughout central and eastern Europe,” said Vladimír Stulančák, CEO & chairman of the board of directors of JOB AIR Technic. “Our partnership with AJW allows us to seamlessly support our customers to maximise flight efficiency and on-time-performance.”
Christopher Whiteside, chairman of AJW Group, added: “We are proud to have signed the component support contract with JOB AIR. Availability of high-value parts on demand, at an agreed hourly rate, guarantees operational and cost efficiencies. The partnership cements AJW’s position as the market leader for world-class aircraft component support with in-house maintenance support coming from AJW Technique, our flagship MRO operation in Montreal.”