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High-Tech Jobs on the Ground Keep Egypt's Economy Flying

GE technology powers 60% of EgyptAir's 80-aircraft fleet. For the technical and engineering knowledge required to maintain, repair and overhaul (MRO) aircraft engines, EgyptAir also works with GE to expand its MRO capabilities and business, which contributes to the country's economic development by creating high-tech job opportunities for Egyptians. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING

 

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EgyptAir works with GE to expand its maintain, repair and overhaul (MRO) capabilities to handle the CFM56-7B engine line, contributing to the country’s economic development by creating high-tech job opportunities for Egyptians. GE is working with EgyptAir– the only full-service MRO provider in Egypt – through a TrueChoice™ Materials agreement.

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