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.
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.