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Aviation News Pratt & Whitney Eagle Services Asia acquires new capabilities

Pratt & Whitney Eagle Services Asia acquires new capabilities

Romain Guillot in Singapore
14 FEB 2018 | 171 words
Pratt & Whitney Eagle Services Asia acquires new capabilities
Pratt & Whitney Eagle Services Asia
Both A380 engine types can now be serviced in Singapore. Pratt & Whitney Eagle Services Asia is now able to handle the entire Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) of the Engine Alliance GP7200.

Pratt & Whitney said a first GP7200 should be hosted later in the quarter, once compliance testing is complete. As a reminder, only Korean Air has A380 powered with this engine in Asia-Pacific.

Based in Singapore, Pratt & Whitney Eagle Services Asia is an engine maintenance center established in 1998 by Pratt & Whitney and SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC), Singapore Airlines' MRO division, to meet the needs of PW4000 operators in the region.

The engine shop then developed several capabilities on the GP7200, particularly for low pressure compressor (LPC) module overhauls. Pratt & Whitney Eagle Services Asia is alreayd the only facility in Asia to service GP7200 engines.

Pratt & Whitney Eagle Services Asia is also currently developing its capabilities on the PW1100G-JM (A320neo family) with the first GTF serviced in its facility scheduled for 2019.
Romain Guillot
Chief editor
Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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