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in the Asia Pacific. Formed in 2001, SAESL is the
only facility in the world to repair and overhaul all
flying variants of the Trent engine, including the Trent
900 on the Airbus A380.
In addition, Eagle Services Asia (ESA), a joint
venture between Pratt & Whitney and SIAEC,
was formed in 1998 and has since expanded its
capabilities to become the Center of Excellence for
the Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engine series, while
having grown its customer base to serve other
On the component side, there are 25 specialist
workshops fitted with test equipment to overhaul
more than 11,000 components. "We are able to
test, repair and overhaul components with extensive
support capability for 747, 777 and Airbus aircraft,"
SIAEC's Fleet Management Programmes (FMP),
which comprises of Fleet Technical Management
(FTM) and Inventory Technical Management (ITM),
offers engineering and component management
programmes customised to suit the total needs of
"Under FTM, we cover the full range of engineering
support activities from maintenance planning
and control to quality and reliability programmes.
Under ITM, airlines will be able to reduce their
spares provisioning significantly with our extensive
experience in material planning, as well as the
synergies of our spares support and logistic network,"
says the MRO provider.
In addition, SIAEC is in compliance with the EASA
CAMO (Continuous Airworthiness Management
Organization) regulations. This means that besides
doing the physical MRO work, SIAEC is also
responsible for the continued airworthiness of the
aircraft belonging to a particular company.
SIAEC's current FMP business serves more than
150 aircraft. SIAEC says this places it as one of the
world's largest fleet management service providers
to airlines around the world.
"With our FMP service offering, our Customers
will be able to focus on their core airline functions.
SIAEC undertakes total care of their engineering
operations and aircraft maintenance schedules
while they concentrate on their core goals such
as increasing passenger sales, enhancing in-flight
services and charting new routes," says SIAEC.
"On top of this, through our Engine Support
Services, SIAEC aims to enhance the asset value
of our customers' engines," says the MRO provider.
The services are namely, engine washing, engine
on-wing support, borescope blending, engine overhaul
and engine change. "Our in-house capabilities coupled
with our partnership advantages reinforce our strength
in delivering the SIAEC full-suite service distinction
where our technicians are equipped to handle and
replace any of the common engine types," says SIAEC.
On the cabin interiors side, SIAEC says its turnkey
cabin solutions enable it to meet the increasing
demands of airlines' sophisticated passengers that
go beyond comfort. "From superior amenities such
as in-flight entertainment to aesthetic sleeper class
seats consoles, SIAEC's expert and innovative touch
makes their dream cabin a reality." With a dedicated
team of in-house specialists, SIAEC says it is one of
the first one-stop cabin retrofit centres providing full
turnkey project management for numerous operators
in the world.
"With our wide selection of OEM partners and
vendors, including aesthetic suppliers, SIAEC
provides total and seamless solutions on project
management, design & engineering, substantiation,
procurement, fabrication, installation and certification.
SIAEC is able to recommend and integrate innovative
global communications systems for your cabin," says
the MRO provider.
"On top of this, SIAEC is able to offer seamless
solutions from design and configuration of interiors,
including the installation or retrofit of new IFE, seats,
galleys, toilets, mMonuments and interior lighting
systems," says SIAEC.
"With our partnerships with TownSend Leather
Institute and Leather & Fabric Upholstery Recovery,
SIAEC has extensive repair capabilities for
leather products and plastic mouldings, ensuring
exceptionally maintained cabin seats."
SIAEC's Training Academy provides a curriculum
of aerospace-related training programs to meet
the training needs of its employees and those of its
subsidiaries, joint-venture companies and strategic
customers/partners. The maintenance training courses
are fully approved by FAA, EASA, CAAS and CASA.
"This allows us to conduct the full suite of SAR66
B1 and B2 basic courses and aircraft type courses.
Located at Loyang, the Training Academy
provides fully equipped skills workshops
to support practical skills training, a
technical library and e-classrooms
equipped with state-of-the-art
technology for the training
courses to be conducted,"
says SIAEC. ✈
"With our FMP service offering, our
Customers will be able to focus on
their core airline functions"
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