GMFI announces partnership with Citilink Indonesia
SANUR - PT Garuda Maintenance Facility Aero Asia Tbk. (GMFI) and PT Citilink Indonesia (Citilink) agreed on a cooperation contract regarding aircraft component maintenance.
This agreement is an amendment in which the renewal is an increase in the number of aircraft registrations, which originally amounted to 18 aircraft and become 41 aircraft with a total of 570-part numbers managed by GMF both in house and in collaboration with outside partners.
GMF President Director, Tazar Marta Kurniawan said that excellent service will always be prioritized for all GMF customers. “This collaboration is a manifestation of the spirit of the Synergy of Garuda Indonesia Group, which we uphold. With GMF entrusting again to maintain aircraft component components belonging to Citilink, we believe we will be able to provide support Citilink to streamline its operations.”
Tazar also said that Citilink's trust in aircraft component maintenance was in line with GMF's strategy to continue to improve capabilities in terms of component services in addition to airframe maintenance which is now increasingly overloaded. (LM)