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MAS Engineering & Maintenance
For the past 30 years, Malaysia Airlines' MAS
Engineering & Maintenance division has ser ved the
Kuala Lumpur-based ag carrier and more than 100
other customers, o ering high-quality services at low
The list of third-party customers includes major
airlines such as Air France, Air India, Air New Zealand,
Air Atlanta Icelandic, AirAsia, Alitalia, Air Mauritius,
AWAS, Brussels Airlines, Garuda, GECAS, Jet Airways,
China United Airlines, Continental Airlines, KLM,
Kenya Airways, Monarch Airlines, Nok Air, Qantas
Airways, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Spice Jet, ai Airways
International, Lu hansa and many others.
The MRO ser vice provider offers airframe
maintenance ser vices and modifications tailored to
customers' requirements -- ranging from A, B, C and D
checks for aircra types Boeing 737 Classic and Next-
Generation, 747, 767 and 777 models, and Airbus A320,
A330 and A340 jetliners, as well as turboprops such as
the ATR 42/72 and Fokker 50.
In addition to standard heavy maintenance checks,
the company also o ers ageing aircra programmes,
corrosion-prevention programmes, passenger-to-
freighter (PTF) conversions for B737-300/-400 aircra ,
blended winglet installation, VIP cabin refurbishment,
lap-joint modi cations, cabin and cockpit upgrades.
Since it started operations in 1972, the MRO provider
has obtained maintenance approval from European, US
and 12 other overseas aviation authorities. e company
operates seven widebody maintenance bays, seven
narrowbody bays and one regional-aircra bay.
Engine ser vices are o ered for: General Electric CF6;
Pratt & Whitney JT8D and JT9D; and Rolls-Royce
RB211 and Trent 800.
MTU Maintenance Zhuhai
Located in the Zhuhai Free Trade Zone, MTU
Maintenance Zhuhai is a 50-50 joint venture of MTU
Aero Engines and China Southern Airlines, China's largest
carrier. It comes equipped with a high-tech machine pool
and a highly modern test cell accommodating engines
with thrust ratings up to 150,000lbf.
e location specialises in maintenance, repair and
overhaul of International Aero Engines (IAE) V2500-A5
and CFM International CFM56-3, -5B and -7 engines.
In the Chinese market, the shop has become the market
leader in V2500 and CFM56 engine repairs.
Covering an area of 156,000 square meters, the facility
is located in close proximity to Hong Kong and Macau,
improves MTU's access to the booming Chinese market.
For China Southern and other airlines in China and
elsewhere in Asia, the shop provides access to a highly
exible provider of state-of-the-art commercial engine
services, helping airlines reduce costs and shorten
Having started operations in January 2003, MTU
Maintenance Zhuhai brings quality overhaul and
repair ser vices for V2500 and CFM56 engines to the
doorstep of airlines in China and elsewhere in Asia. e
maintenance shop repairs around 200 engines annually
and boosts that number to 300 over time.
SIA Engineering (SIAEC), together with its 25 joint
ventures and subsidiaries across nine countries, forms
the SIAEC Group, o ering extensive aircra MRO
capabilities to more than 85 international airlines from
around the world.
With certi cations from more than 20 airworthiness
authorities -- including those of China, Europe, India,
Japan, Korea, Singapore, Thailand and the US --
SIAEC's six hangars and 22 in-house workshops in
Singapore provide complete MRO services to major
airline customers from four continents.
Services include line and base maintenance up to
D-check, major and minor airframe modifications
including passenger-to -freighter conversions, cabin
refurbishment, painting and non-destructive testing.
The company also offers engine and component
maintenance and overhaul.
The main aircraft types serviced include Airbus
A300-600, A310, A319, A320, A321, Boeing 747, 767
and 777. Engine types include Rolls-Royce Trent 700,
800 and 900, Pratt & Whitney JT9D and PW4000 and
The company's 17 component, engine and
modi cations joint ventures, formed together with the
world's leading engine and component manufacturers,
further deepen its service o ering.
At Singapore's Changi Airport, SIAEC provides
line maintenance ser vices to more than 60 airlines
passing through Singapore, ensuring punctuality for
all its customers' ight departures. Beyond Singapore,
the company's growing network of line-maintenance
support extends to airports in Australia, the USA,
Hong Kong , Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam.
SR Technics is a global provider of MRO ser vices for
aircra , engines and components.
e company is owned by a United Arab Emirates
consortium comprising Dubai Aerospace Enterprise,
Mubadala Development and Istithmar. Apart from its
head o ce in Zurich, SR Technics has bases in Dublin
and London Stansted, with a presence in Bahrain, Hong
Kong and Shanghai among other locations, as well as
sales o ces in Hong Kong , Dubai and Mumbai.
SR Technics provides services to about 500 airlines
worldwide, with key Asia-Paci c customers including
Cathay Pacific Air ways, Thai Airways and Virgin
Atlantic. e company's Zurich base alone has nine
widebody and seven narrowbody maintenance bays,
o ering B-, C- and D-checks, modi cations, interiors,
components and a paint shop.
Aircra types ser viced include : Airbus A300, A320
family and A330/340; Boeing 737, 747, 757, 767, 777
and MD-11; Fokker 100; and McDonnell Douglas
DC-10. SR also services CFM International, General
Electric and Pratt & Whitney engines.
MRO award nominee Lufthansa Technik
Philippines is based in Manila.
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