Air Malta, the flag carrier of the Republic of Malta, has signed a base maintenance agreement with Dublin Aerospace, Ireland’s largest independent MRO. The agreement includes C Checks for A320 aircraft to be conducted in the first quarter of 2021.
Air Malta has been a previous customer of Dublin Aerospace and reflects the growing relationship between these two European islands.
Kevin Wall, Chief Commercial Officer at Dublin Aerospace, stated: “It is an absolute pleasure to work with Malta’s prestigious flag carrier and we are delighted with Air Malta’s decision to return to Dublin Aerospace for these scheduled base maintenance checks.”
Mr Wall went on to say, “It is a credit to our dedicated, front-line staff in our facility that Air Malta has put their faith in Dublin Aerospace once again and trust our ability and experience with A320 aircraft to perform these checks and turn their aircraft around on time and on budget.”
Air Malta operates a fleet of ten Airbus A320 family aircraft. It is composed of 1 x A319-112, 6 x A320-214 and 3 x A320-251N aircraft. Air Malta has connections to 35 major cities across Europe and the Mediterranean. Working together with their partner airlines, they offer convenient connections to many more destinations in North America and the Middle East.