Direct Maintenance, a certified line maintenance service provider, part of Magnetic Group, announced the restart of their Line Maintenance activites in Africa with the recent re-opening of the Line Maintenance station in Kilimanjaro International Airport in Tanzania. The Line Maintenance station was launched due to the maintenance service agreement between Direct Maintenance and Edelweiss, Switzerland’s leading leisure travel airline.
Direct Maintenance will be providing line maintenance services for airline’s A340 fleet in both Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) and Abeid Amani Karume International Airport in Zanzibar (ZNZ), and will be performing daily checks , weekly checks and transit checks.
„When thinking about the expansion, we are focusing not only on Europe, but also in Africa – and the latest agreement with Edelweiss which lead to the establishment of permanent line maintenance station in Kilimanjaro is a good example of our continuous efforts to scale up in the region. I am very pleased that Edelweiss has decided to trust their fleet to our skilled professionals not only in Tanzania, but also in Zanzibar – and we are looking forward to a long-term relationship,“ shared Mandeep Rana, Head of Sales at Direct Maintenance.
Direct Maintenance covers over 70 aircraft combinations, including A320NEO, A350-900/1000, A380, B737 MAX, B747-8 and B787 in 27 different locations in Europe and Africa.