dnata launches line maintenance services
Cargo airline operators landing at either of Dubai’s main airports can now receive technical assistance from dnata’s recently launched aircraft line maintenance.
In response to strong customer demand, dnata’s airport operations division says it has launched aircraft line maintenance to support cargo and passenger airline operators.
With the addition of these services, dnata is a one-stop-shop for customers, providing technical assistance for aircraft landing at Dubai International airport (DXB) and Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International airport (DWC).
The team of engineers and technicians at dnata will provide full line maintenance support and are trained on contracted airlines’ operational procedures, providing a seamless service to all customers.
“Expanding dnata’s services in Dubai makes sense—we are the experts at both Dubai International and Al Maktoum International airports,” said Ismail Ali Al Banna , dnata’s Executive Vice President, Airport Operations.
“With a highly-skilled team, the technology, and the expertise, our line maintenance services are a cost-effective solution for airlines of any size.”
Dnata says it has been providing ground handling solutions at Dubai International airport since 1959.
The company currently handles 345,000 aircraft movements at Dubai International airport and works with more than 145 airlines from the international hub.
“There is active interest from the airline community for line maintenance support in Dubai,” added Al Banna.
“The demand for specialized aircraft maintenance services is significant. This new service will help Dubai continue its reputation as a leader in global aviation.”
Dnata's engineers and technicians are licensed for a variety of aircraft including the A320 family, the A330 and A340, the B737, B757 and B747-400.