Dublin Aerospace is delighted to announce that it has concluded a contract with DHL ME based in Bahrain for the provision of APU maintenance services on its fleet of B757 aircraft. The maintenance services carried out under this contract covers DHL’s fleet for a duration of 5 years starting from the 1st Jan 2013.
Following the contract signing, Eric Foley, DHL Aviation EEMEA, Head of Technical said: “We are very pleased to enter into this partnership with Dublin Aerospace for comprehensive APU support. Leveraging on the depth of experience that DAL have in the support of APU’s we are looking forward to sustained levels of on-wing reliability for the foreseeable future”.
Commenting on the selection of Dublin Aerospace by DHL Aviation EEMEA, Donal Rogers, CEO, stated that “Dublin Aerospace are delighted to have been chosen as DHL Aviation EEMEA provider of maintenance services on its Auxiliary Power Units for its fleet of Boeing 757’s. Dublin Aerospace’s flexibility and competiveness on this contract will enable DHL ME to achieve industry leading costs and performance in these critical maintenance areas.”
About Dublin Aerospace:
Dublin Aerospace, an FAA and EASA licensed MRO, is located at Dublin Airport and operates to the highest efficiency and quality standards. It offers maintenance services for the aviation sector including overhaul and repair of APUs, Landing Gears and both wide and narrow body maintenance for Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
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