Dornier Technology has won line maintenance contracts from Korean low-cost carriers: Air Seoul, Air Busan and Jeju Air.
Dornier Technology’s chief operating officer Joseph Espiritu, “We serve multiple international and domestic airline customers.
“We have achieved cost savings through ‘economies of scale’ and are able to pass on those savings to our customers, making us a very price competitive line maintenance organisation.
“Dornier Technology has a depth and breadth of experience, which means we can serve airlines that operate different aircraft types.
“We can also provide value-added services, such as warehousing and logistics for aircraft spare parts.”
Dornier Technology employs close to 200 people and expects to expand to 250 by the end of the year to match the expansion of its line and base maintenance operations. At Clark International Airport, which is located outside of Manila, the firm does airframe major repair.
Bohol, Caticlan, Cebu, Clark, Davao, Iloilo, Kalibo, Manila, and Puerto Princesa are among the company’s nine line repair stations.
By the end of 2025, it hopes to have 15 line stations operating throughout the Philippines, including the opening of a tenth line station this year.