The Royal Jordanian Air Force is currently operating three types of Airbus Helicopters: 7 Ecureuil A350 single engine helicopters for training and VIP mission, 8 EC635 3T-Class twin engines helicopters for transport and 10 Super Puma AS332 10T-Class helicopters for SAR, EMS and Transport.
The most recent accomplishments were the contract awards of the Ecureuil AS350 helicopters overhaul performed by the Airbus Helicopters subsidiary established in South Africa and the Super Puma AS332 helicopters overhaul to be performed by the Airbus Helicopters subsidiary established in Romania and by the RJAF in Jordan.
“This milestone is a significant achievement and demonstrates the robust and long-lasting partnership. We are proud of our role in supporting the Royal Jordanian Air Force Airbus Helicopters’ fleet and its operations. The maintenance center recently opened by the Royal Jordanian Air Force at Amman to overhaul locally its Super Puma fleet is another tremendous outcome of our cooperation which will continue in the next decades. The best is yet to come,” said Loïc Porcheron, Airbus Helicopters’ Vice President for Middle East and Africa, Global Business and Services.
Airbus Helicopters, formerly Eurocopter, is a division of Airbus Group, a global pioneer in aerospace and defense related services. Airbus Helicopters is the world’s No. 1 helicopter manufacturer and employs more than 23,000 people worldwide.
With 46% market share in civil and parapublic sectors, the company’s fleet in service includes some 12,000 helicopters operated by more than 3,000 customers in approximately 150 countries.
Airbus Helicopters’ international presence is marked by its subsidiaries and participations in 21 countries, and its worldwide network of service centers, training facilities, distributors and certified agents.
Airbus Helicopters’ range of civil and military helicopters is the world’s largest; its aircraft account for one third of the worldwide civil and parapublic fleet.The company’s chief priority is to ensure the safe operation of its aircraft for the thousands of people who fly more than 3 million hours per year.