•N200m investment automates facility to world standard
An investment in excess of N200 million has successfully automated the sole Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) in the country, opening its doors to heavier repair services locally.
With the processes of repairs now live via software, the MRO has attained global standard with every aspect of maintenance services now accessible and tracked real-time for enhanced efficiency.
The development is a further huge relief to local operators that have had to depend on countries like Israel, Jordan, Lithuania, and South Africa among others for aircraft maintenance services.
The Aero Contractors’ AMO, which begun aircraft maintenance in 2017 has to date conducted several C-checks and myriad of services for both local and international airlines.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Aero, Capt. Ado Sanusi, said the digitalisation was informed by the increase in service scope, with more third party…
Source: Guardian Newspaper