All MRO articles – Page 24

  • Satair Warehouse_Copenhagen

    Airbus subsidiary Satair acquires A220 parts service work from Bombardier


    Airbus subsidiary Satair is taking over A220 materials servicing from Bombardier, a move that comes several years after Bombardier divested the broader A220 programme to Airbus.


    Boeing-SIAEC joint venture cuts 13% of workforce


    Singapore-based Boeing Asia-Pacific Aviation Services (BAPAS), a services joint venture between Boeing and SIA Engineering, has laid off 13% of its workforce, as the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the aviation sector. The move, which BAPAS says was “taken as a last resort”, will affect 27 of its 204 employees ...

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    SIAEC acquires remaining shares in Airbus joint venture


    SIA Engineering has completed the acquisition of the Airbus’ shares in a Singapore-based MRO joint venture, Heavy Maintenance Singapore Services (HMSS). The deal, which closed on 27 August, sees SIAEC acquire the remaining 35% of HMSS shares owned by Airbus services unit Airbus Services Asia-Pacific, at a book value ...

  • Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 2016

    Rolls-Royce considers contingencies in case crisis deteriorates


    Rolls-Royce is drawing up contingency plans for a worst-case scenario which envisions a second wave of restrictions emerging from an upsurge in the pandemic, resulting in further travel limitations this year or early in 2021. It has outlined the impact of this “severe but plausible” scenario in its half-year briefing, ...

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    Concerns emerge as air-data incidents follow revival of stored aircraft


    European safety authorities are warning of a spate of incidents linked to contamination of pitot-static ports as aircraft are returned to service following temporary storage. Thousands of aircraft have been parked for extended periods as a result of the air transport crisis, but the European Union Aviation Safety Agency believes ...

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    ST Engineering aerospace unit sees leadership change


    ST Engineering aerospace president Lim Serh Ghee will be stepping down from his current role, and be appointed the group’s chief operating officer. His current deputy, Jeffrey Lam, will be promoted to lead the aerospace unit. Source: ST Engineering Outgoing ST Engineering aerospace chief Lim Serh Ghee ...

  • A350 XWB-c-Rolls-Royce

    A350-900 operators alerted to Trent XWB-84 blade cracking


    Rolls-Royce is attempting to reassure investors and operators of the Airbus A350 over the impact of the latest durability problem to hit its Trent widebody engine family.


    Lufthansa Group chief resists asset ‘fire-sale’


    Lufthansa Group will not rush into a disposal of assets, but expects to focus more on its core operations as it progresses towards recovery from the air transport crisis. It is already in the process of selling the European operation of its catering division LSG and group chief Carsten Spohr ...

  • GMF_Hangar

    Higher expenses, revenue collapse punish GMF AeroAsia H1 earnings


    GMF AeroAsia fell deeper into the red for its half-yearly earnings, on the back of increased expenses and a significant decline in revenue, amid the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus outbreak. For the six months ended 30 June, the MRO unit of Garuda Indonesia posted an operating loss of ...

  • HAECO-Xiamen-s-A320-Part-Out-Capability

    HAECO parts out first A320 following CAAC nod


    HAECO’s Xiamen unit has started disassembly works on its first A320 (MSN 0950), after the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) gave its approval to do so. Cirium fleets data indicates that the aircraft was delivered to China Southern Airlines in 1999, before being bought by Jiangsu YanWu Aviation Investment ...

  • Pratt & Whitney's Eagle Service Asia facility in Singapore overhauls GTF...

    P&W says no retrenchments yet at Singapore joint venture


    Pratt & Whitney has refuted retrenchment rumours at its Singapore-based joint venture with Singapore Airlines’ engineering arm, as it reiterated its commitment to its capabilities in the city-state. The engine maker responded to Singapore media reports that around 140 Eagle Services Asia (ESA) staff members were axed, saying that ...

  • Heston MRO Royal Brunei 787 line maintenance

    Australian MRO Heston eyes ‘disciplined growth’ regionally


    Heston MRO will embark on a “staged and disciplined growth path”, focusing on its core business of the Oceania region in the short term, before expansion to the wider Asia-Pacific market. The Brisbane-based MRO’s chief executive Asta Zirlyte tells FlightGlobal that the MRO will complete its “organic expansion of ...

  • Air Astana A321neo

    GA Telesis, Air Astana expand component support contract


    Kazakh national carrier Air Astana has expanded its component support contract with GA Telesis to cover its fleet of Airbus A320neo and A321neo aircraft. The flight hour support agreement will include repair management, warranty administration, as well as access to a large stock placed at Air Astana’s main hub of ...

  • ST Engineering

    Pandemic impact ‘severely felt’ as SIAEC slips to Q1 loss


    Singapore Airlines’ MRO unit fell into the red in the first-quarter, as it reiterated a “challenging” outlook with no clear recovery pathway. For the quarter ended 30 June, SIA Engineering (SIAEC) reported an operating loss of S$8.6 million ($6.2 million), reversing the S$17.7 million operating profit it posted last ...

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    Boeing lands digital service deals with Asian carriers


    Boeing’s services division has inked a series of orders and contracts— mostly with Asian carriers — for its digital and training products. Boeing Global Services announced that Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, as well as Xiamen Airlines have signed for its optimised maintenance programme that will be tap on ...

  • SR Technics hangar Zurich

    SR Technics restructures to focus on engine and line maintenance


    SR Technics will concentrate its business on engine services and line maintenance under a restructuring programme with Swfr120 million ($125 million) of fresh financing backed by the Swiss government.

  • E2 landing

    GA Telesis, Liebherr ink E-Jet landing gear overhaul agreement


    GA Telesis’ MRO unit will cooperate with Liebherr-Aerospace to provide landing gear repair and overhaul for Embraer E-jet operators in the Americas. The agreement will see GA Telesis receive technical support and original materials from Liebherr-Aerospace, which manufactures the landing gear on the E-Jet family. GA Telesis adds that ...

  • Royal Saudi Air Force Boeing F-15SA

    Coronavirus pushes Boeing to deepen local military MRO in Saudi Arabia and India


    The company also foresees shrinking government defence budgets, which might delay purchasing decisions.

  • R-R 787 close-up

    Rolls-Royce clears parked 787 backlog after Trent 1000 blade progress


    Rolls-Royce has eliminated the backlog of Boeing 787s grounded while they await maintenance in relation to Trent 1000 blade-durability issues. The powerplant manufacturer had expected to reduce the number of 787s awaiting work to single digits by the end of the second quarter of this year. Rolls-Royce says the clearance ...

  • Ameco_components

    Ameco, CASC expand components support partnership


    Chinese MRO Ameco has signed an agreement with China Aviation Supplies Corporation (CASC) for the maintenance of Airbus A320 components. The agreement, which also covers spare parts supply and leasing, builds on the pair’s existing partnerships in landing gear and component resource sharing. CASC is China’s largest third-party ...