JAC was known as Marshall Jordan Ltd., established as a joint venture between Marshall of Cambridge Aerospace Limited (UK) and the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF) to support the RJAF C-130 fleet and to serve the C-130 Aircraft all around the globe
JAC was registered as a private Free Zone Corporation completely owned by RJAF operating on commercial basis on C-130 Aircraft.
JAC became qualified on the Boeing 737-200 Aircraft Maintenance up to and including C-check.
JAC upgraded its services capabilities to include B737-300/400/500 (Classic) Aircraft, a strategic step to increase its customer database and capture new market opportunities.
JAC has become an approved Augusta AW-139 Aircraft service center.
JAC started providing its line maintenance support at QAIA covering customers' requests related to daily and weekly inspection.