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MRO Asia-Pacific 2019: A Special Report to be published on 25th September

16/09/2019 | 137 words
MRO Asia-Pacific 2019: A Special Report to be published on 25th September
As we do each year, Le Journal de l'Aviation will cover the MRO Asia-Pacific event which will be held on 25th and 26th September in Singapore.

A Special Report will be published on 25th September on the site (In French) and in our MRO & Support Newsletter. All articles will be available in English during the following week.

The MRO & Support Newsletter covers the news from the aviation maintenance and after-market services twice a month (22 issues per year). Each issue over the last two years has also been translated into English.

Organised by Aviation Week, MRO Asia-Pacific is the largest event dedicated to aviation maintenance in the region. Le Journal de l'Aviation is a media partner of MRO Asia-Pacific 2019.

The MRO Asia-Pacific 2019 website: mro asia.aviationweek.com
 
 
 
 
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LUFTHANSA TECHNIK has partnered with AIR ESURFING Information Technology Co., Ltd (ARE) to bring the first ever inflight connectivity solution for the Chinese market. According to a 5-year agreement, LUFTHANSA TECHNIK will design and certify Ka-band-based connectivity retrofit packages for the A320ceo/A320neo family and the Boeing 737NG/737MAX. The company will also work with AIR ESURFING to provide the respective CAAC validated EASA Supplemental Type Certificate (VSTC) to support Chinese airlines. Other partners include Honeywell (antenna hardware provider) and China Satcom (satellite provider).
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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.
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The FAA ordered an inspection of a number of BOEING 737 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.
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(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.
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(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.
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