Support MROtailor-made training, interline agreement with Condortechnology digital : Emirates has entered into new partnerships that demonstrate its “confidence in the future”.
Emirates announced an investment of $950 million to build a new state-of-the-art engineering facility at Dubai World Central (DWC), purpose-built to support Emirates’ aircraft fleet and operational needs in the years 2040. Spanning 1 million square meters, the engineering complex will be the largest and most advanced of its kind operated by an airline, strengthening Dubai’s world-class aviation infrastructure.
Highlighting the importance of the aviation value chain, Emirates has signed significant agreements with long-standing and new partners. The airline has awarded a series of contracts to Saffron worth $1.2 billion to equip the new Airbus fleet A350from Boeing 777X-9 and Boeing 777-300ER latest generation Safran seats. In addition, contracts with Safran include exclusive services on cabin equipment, carbon wheels and brakes, repair of landing gear components, retrofit and MRO support.
Developing the UAE’s engineering talent pool, Emirates and the commercial and training arm of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), International Aviation Consulting and Training (IACT), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to organize tailor-made training solutions.
Emirates and Boeing have signed a memorandum of understanding to leverage advanced digital technologies, including aircraft inspections assisted by dronesthe use of virtual and augmented reality to refine accuracy and efficiency, and pave the way for the next generation of prognostic and predictive maintenance.
By strengthening connectivity options for customers, Emirates and Condor have activated a reciprocal interline agreement that will offer customers access to 70 routes operated by both airlines in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia and the Middle East, with a single ticket fare and a free baggage policy. hassle.