Dubai, UAE, 25 May 2021 – dnata, a leading global air and travel services provider, has partnered with Global Jet Technic (GJT) to provide best-in-class line maintenance support to airlines in Dubai. The partnership will see dnata promote GJT’s quality and reliable services, offering its 150 customers a one-stop-shop of ground handling, cargo and technical services at Dubai International (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC) airports.
Global Jet Technic received Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) acceptance of foreign Aircraft Maintenance Organization Certificate.
This Certificate allows Global Jet Technic to maintain A318/A319/A320 CFM Series, A319/A320/A321 V2500 Series and B737-700/800 CFM 56 Series of Pakistan registered aircrafts for both Dubai and Sharjah International Airports – UAE.
This certification opens a new range of opportunities for our company in serving Pakistan operators in UAE.
Global Jet Technic received India Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) acceptance of foreign Aircraft Maintenance Organization Certificate.
This Certificate allows Global Jet Technic to maintain A318/A319/A320 CFM Series, A319/A320/A321 V2500 Series and B 737-700/800 CFM 56 Series for both Dubai and Sharjah International Airports – UAE.
The DGCA certification opens a new range of opportunities for our company in serving Indian air operators in UAE. It comes at a good time. The expansion of Global Jet Technic approvals enables us to offer end-to-end support for Indian Air operators companies in UAE. We see this as another important milestone in the path of our growth and development.
Global Jet Technic has signed a line maintenance agreement with Air India Engineering Services limited for there A319/A320/A321 and B737-800/900 aircrafts. The contract enables Global Jet technic to provide line maintenance services and Aircraft maintenance handling support on the customer’s aircraft at Dubai International Airport and Sharjah International Airport.
Air India Engineering Services Limited (AIESL), a wholly owned subsidiary company of Air India Limited is currently the biggest MRO set up in India that can serve as a One-Stop-Shop for all Engineering requirements.
Presently, AIESL is approved by the DGCA under the purview of CAR-145 which carries with it nomination and acceptance by the DGCA of additional Managers (Base Maintenance, Line Maintenance and Workshops) who are competent and experienced in the area of their work.
Global Jet Technic is very proud to cooperate with our long-lasting client “Air India Engineering Services limited” in Dubai and Shariah Airports.
Global Jet Technic, the UAE-headquartered CAR -145 Aircraft line maintenance service providers and Avia Seven Aviation Services, the Greece-headquartered Aviation service provider have established a joint venture for EASA line Maintenance Services at Dubai International Airport. We are delighted to team up with Avia Seven. The combination of their excellent performance record, wide market knowledge makes our joint venture a great opportunity for the service of our customers.
Global Jet Technic has signed a line maintenance agreement with Viet Jet Aviation Joint Stock Company for three of its A 320 aircrafts. The contract enables Global Jet technic to provide line maintenance services on the customer’s aircraft at Dubai International Airport and Sharjah International Airport. Global Jet technic is delighted to cooperate with our long-lasting client Viet Jet Aviation in Dubai and Sharjah Airports. The strong presence of strategically located international airports puts us in a great position to serve Global Jet Technic’s customer relationship.
Global Jet Technic has been approved by the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority to provide Line Maintenance Services at Dubai International Airport. Our Dubai line station office & store are located at Terminal 1 Concourse D below gate C51. Our scope of approval at Dubai includes Airbus 320 family (CFM/IAE) & Boeing 737NG (CFM). 3 January 2018.
Global Jet Technic has been approved by UAE General Civil Aviation Authority ( GCAA)as an approved Maintenance Organization, in compliance of with (CAR 145) that will allow company to perform Aircraft line maintenance for Airbus A318/A319/A320 (CFM56), Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE V2500), Boeing 737-700/800 (CFM56) 17 September 2017.