US-based aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney's Singapore engine centre, Eagle Services Asia (ESA), has delivered its 7,000th overhauled engine.
Since the start of its operations in 1981, the joint venture between Pratt & Whitney and SIA Engineering has delivered 3,730 PW4000 series engines, 174 CFM56 engines, 47 GE90 engines and 3,049 JT9D series of engines.
In addition, the engine centre has begun developing the capability to support the PurePower PW1000G engine family.
The Singapore facility will also be the world's first engine centre to service the PW1500G engine that will power the Bombardier C-Series.
ESA has the capacity to overhaul up to 300 jet engines annually and employs almost 900 employees.