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BAE Systems and AMMROC agree to support Hawk UAE fleet to 2020

Posted 17 November 2017 · Add Comment

BAE Systems has signed an agreement with AMMROC (Advanced Military Maintenance Repair and Overhaul Center) LLC to provide continued support to the Hawk aircraft fleet in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) until 2020.


 
This agreement will run to 2020, renewing our existing successful partnership with AMMROC.

Arrangements for supplying spares and repairs along with a bespoke level of access to our engineering expertise on the Hawk Mk61, Mk102 and Mk63 aircraft are included in the agreement.
 
BAE Systems offers a portfolio of support services for Hawk customers worldwide. These services are centred on a Support Service Hub that provides specialist engineering and support services, utilising the latest technology to exploit information and data from the worldwide Hawk fleet.
 
“This agreement builds on the strong partnership we’ve had with AMMROC since 2013 and provides a platform for our continued assistance in support of the current Hawk fleet in the UAE,” said Mike Swales, Hawk International Programme Director here at BAE Systems.  “It will strengthen and enhance the collaborative work between our two organisations in the long-term maintenance of the aircraft. This agreement enables the United Arab Emirates to continue to benefit from our industry-leading expertise in supporting Hawk, as we continue to play a valued role supporting diverse customers around the world.”
 
AMMROC is a joint venture company owned by Emirates Defence Industries Company (“EDIC”), Lockheed Martin Corporation and Sikorsky (a Lockheed Martin Company) delivering robust MRO solutions that provide military operators with the highest level of aircraft readiness, fleet deployability and safety. AMMROC’s key customers include the UAE and other regional Armed Forces.
 
Hawk is operated by 18 customers around the world and has achieved in excess of 3.5 million flying hours. 
 

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