MENA Aerospace announces strategic collaboration agreement with Aircraft Recovery Modification International (ARMI)
Muharraq, 14th November 2018 – MENA Aerospace, the GCC-owned entity based at Bahrain International Airport (BIA), and a provider of comprehensive quality niche aviation and aerospace services, is set to grow its already significant offerings in the GCC through a partnership with US-based aviation support solutions provider Aircraft Recovery Modification International (ARMI). The strategic collaboration agreement was officially signed on the sidelines of Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS) 2018, the Middle East’s fastest growing airshow.
The partnership fits within MENA’s strategy of promoting safe and quality repair, modification, parking and hangarage, executive jet management and charter facilities in the region through agreements with global partners who are specialists in their fields.
Managing Director and Founder of Mena Aerospace Dr. Mohammed Juman commented: “It is about offering a balanced platform solution at its facilities in Bahrain. Our geographical location, access to high quality engineering staff, and the support of progressive government initiatives combine to offer the Bahraini and GCC aerospace community a real choice when it comes to a wide range of avionic and airframe modification programmes.”
ARMI Managing Partner Morgan Gillette added: “At ARMI we always believe in quality work at a fair price. ARMI has built a strong reputation for providing a wide range of quality repair and modification options throughout the USA, winning contracts with major maintenance companies and providing teams to accomplish major structural and avionics contracts. ARMI maintains a highly professional, mobile workforce that can readily adapt to all environments delivering quality, on time, every time. And it’s not only heavy structures we specialise in; ARMI also delivers a myriad of avionics, airborne Wi-Fi and inflight entertainment system upgrades across a wide range of fixed and rotary wing aircraft.”