Sepang Aircraft Engineering's (SAE) new development project was announced as a major aircraft order from AirAsia was finalised at the end of August (twelve A330-900s and thirty A321XLRs) in Kuala Lumpur, in the presence of the AirAsia group's chairman Tony Fernandes, the CEO of Airbus Guillaume Faury and the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.
Sepang Aircraft Engineering (SAE), which is now a 100% subsidiary of Airbus, had already inaugurated a new 12 000 m2 maintenance hangar just two years ago to meet the growing requirements of the region's airlines, (...)
You still have
of the article to read
Access to the entire article is reserved for our subscribers who have subscribed an annual subscription formula, or holders of a wallet (credits).
11 OCT 2019 Alderney Air Services has entered into a long-term airframe maintenance contract with KLM UK ENGINEERING. It covers heavy maintenance services on its ERJ 195, which will be carried out in Norwich.
03 OCT 2019 The FAA ordered an inspection of a number of BOEING737 NG aircraft following the discovery of structural cracks on the "pickle fork", attaching the wing to the fuselage, of an aircraft operated in China. Aircraft with more than 30,000 cycles will be examined within seven days and those with between 22,600 and 29,999 cycles will be examined within the next 1,000 cycles.
02 OCT 2019 (MRO Asia-Pacific) AFI KLM E&M and GMF AEROASIA have sealed a new collaboration agreement as part of their Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA), this time for A330 component support. Under the terms of this agreement, AFI KLM E&M will provide repair and parts pooling services for Garuda Indonesia's fleet of A330s (currently 24 aircraft in the fleet), as well as solutions to enhance training and the development of GMF's industrial capabilities.
02 OCT 2019 (MRO Asia-Pacific) SINGAPORE COMPONENT SOLUTIONS (SCS), the joint venture between SABENA TECHNICS and AFI KLM E&M, has just celebrated its three years of activity. The Seletar-based repair shop for ATR and A320 components has grown steadily since the start of operations, with a volume of 3,000 repairs a year.
02 OCT 2019 (MRO Asia-Pacific) HAECO is launching a digital platform called "INSIGHT" based on REVIMA's FlightWatching predictive maintenance solution. The platform will provide real-time monitoring and analysis of components and aircraft data. In a second step, INSIGHT will also provide equipment reliability data aimed at preventive actions.
ALERTAVIA, the News platform for Aerospace and Defense industry Professionals.