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Services Air Cargo sign deal with JorAMCo

Posted 9 July 2014 · Add Comment

Services Air Cargo has signed a deal with JorAMCo to provide the Congo based carrier with base maintenance services for one A310 aircraft.

The maintenance check is planned to take place during July and August this year. 

This agreement demonstrates the strong capabilities that JorAMCo has on the A310 aircraft type.

Services Air is one of Dem. Rep. of Congo’s leading private sector cargo airline in its formative stages based in Kinshasa (DRC).

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