MAF Dalkia in Sharjah International Airport deal
First ever aviation-related contract for MAF Dalkia
Sharjah Department of Civil Aviation has signed an agreement with MAF Dalkia to provide all maintenance works to all its airport facilities.
This is the first aviation-related contract for MAF Dalkia and includes MEP and specialised maintenance for the airfield systems and equipment that includes the navigation aids, radio communication, airfield lighting and the runway civil works.
The agreement is effective for three years with annual assessment of MAF Dalkia’s maintenance operations.
“We are pleased to sign this agreement with Sharjah International Airport, the most ancient airport in the region,” said Alexandre Mussallam, CEO, MAF Dalkia.
H.E. Abdulwahab M. Al Roomi said the agreement reflects Sharjah International Airport’s interest to keep and maintain all its facilities, including service and technical facilities, round the clock.
“The agreement will help the airport’s engineering department to function properly amidst rapidly growing movement of passengers, airplanes and airfreight and the airport’s high rates during the recent years. This requires an effective maintenance department that assumes its functions accurately and professionally,” he added.
He added the engineering department is entrusted with many significant duties to ensure public safety in the airport, particularly as there are necessary technical issues that directly affect the safety of airplanes and staff in all its departments. Such equipment and devices should function efficiently and be subject to ongoing maintenance.