SIAEC Engineer in Bahrain

Bahrain is the latest Middle Eastern state to put down a marker in thethird-party MRO marketplace. The kingdom’s airline Gulf Air haswrestled with its MRO options since Bahrain’s split with formerfellow-owners, Abu Dhabi, Oman and Qatar. In the glory days of GulfAir, maintenance was the job of Gulf Aircraft Maintenance (Gamco) inAbu Dhabi. However, shortly after the launch of Etihad as the new AbuDhabi-based United Arab Emirates national airline, Gamco was renamedAbu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies and Gulf Air withdrew its business. After a dalliance with SR Technics – now majority owned by Abu Dhabi’sinvestment company Mubadala – Bahrain has turned eastwards and teamedwith Singapore’s SIA Engineering (SIAEC). Continue reading…

SIAEC maintains Gulf Air aircraft in Bahrain. Here is an SIAEC engineer performing engine work.

SIAEC MRO.jpg(Photo: Gulf Air)


One Response to SIAEC Engineer in Bahrain

  1. Mohamed zia-ul-haq 27 March, 2010 at 6:36 am #

    Respected Sir/Madam,
    Sub: Requisition for the Post of AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN
    I have completed my Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Course, ICAO Type II Standard from Hindustan Institute of Engineering Technology, Chennai. Approved by Director General Of Civil Aviation, New Delhi. I am looking for an opportunity to render my services as a technician in reputed Airlines. Hence I request your good self to be kind enough to give me a chance to work under your esteemed Aviation Industry and prove my worth and ability. If selected I assure you Sir that I will work with dedication and total commitment and prove myself to be worthy of your choice.

    Thanking you,
    Yours faithfully,

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