SIA Engineering has signed a two-year comprehensive services agreement worth close to S$121 million ($90.7 million) with low-cost operator Scoot. 

The deal, which commenced on 1 April, covers a “broad spectrum” of services including MRO and fleet management support services, says SIAEC, which did not elaborate further. 

A320neo Scoot

Source: Airbus

Scoot also has the option of extending the contract for another year, the MRO provider adds

Scoot and SIAEC are part of the Singapore-based SIA Group, and the low-cost carrier taps on SIAEC for airframe MRO services. 

According to Cirium fleets data, Scoot has an in-service fleet of 51 aircraft, comprising 17 Airbus A320ceos, six A320neos, nine A321neos, 10 Boeing 787-9s and nine -8s. It also has 25 aircraft on order.