Max Air will send two B747-300 aircrafts to GMF AeroAsia on mid-March 2015 to undergo C-Check maintenance, replace seats and landing gear. “We will work on an aircraft first,” said Lindung Manurung, Account Manager and Sales of GMF.
Another aircraft will be sent before June 2015, so there will be three aircrafts undergoing maintenance at GMF. Each aircraft will be prepared in one month TAT (Turn Around Time).
The agreement was discussed by GMF and Max Air during CEO of Max Air Dahiru B Mangal visited to GMF on 25th February 2015. Mangal’s visit was to discuss the General Term Agreement (GTA) of both companies expired on 2013.
In addition, GMF and Max Air also discussed Technical Assistant Agreement expired on 31st August 2015, related to GMF’s supports for the Engineering and Line Maintenance of Max Air in Nigeria and Jeddah.