Mena Aerospace is a wholly Bahrain owned , provider of comprehensive aviation and aerospace services. Established in 2004, MENA Aerospace Enterprises WLL continues on its path of measured and consistent expansion. MENA’s growth now sees it as the owner and operator the only General and Private Aviation hangar at Bahrain International Airport. Furthermore, the company provides aircraft operation and management, charter sales, ground services, aircraft parking, line maintenance and logistic support for aircraft and their owners. All lines of business are delivered with an acute focus on customer satisfaction, high quality service delivery while providing its clients with excellent value.
MENA’s airline division received its Airline Operating Certificate in 2008. Since then, the company has worked to becoming a leader in business and private aviation services in Bahrain and the region. MENA has also applied its capabilities towards participating in the modernization of Bahrain’s International Airport by becoming a supplier and integrator of security and surveillance products and services for the project.
MENA Aerospace’ core value is to continue generating solid and sustained returns for its investors while at the same time supporting the Kingdom of Bahrain in its role as a leading regional aviation hub.
Mena Aerospace (Stand 875) has signed a contract with Hala Bahrain, a provider of ground handling and other airport services, to provide support to its business aviation clients at Bahrain International Airport (BIA).
Hala Bahrain was launched earlier this year by the Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), operator and manager of BIA.
Mena Aerospace has seven aircraft under hangarage with three of them also managed under its AOC.
Mena Aerospace is also looking into MRO accreditations through its MenaTechnics maintenance facility.
In partnership with Austria-based International Jet Management (IJM), Mena has also set up a joint venture, known as IJM Mena, which it said has experienced rapid growth in the past two years, leading it to sign agreements on two additional aircraft, a Gulfstream G650 and a Challenger 604