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Malaysia HM Aerospace got 4th ALSIM FNPT II

The best business relationship is a long term cooperation, when sides knows and trusts each other, based on a success, proven already several times.  This is the case between HM Aerospace,  and ALSIM. Based on the beautiful island of Langkawi, Malaysia, HM Aerospace recently decided to go with ALSIM once again to supplement their mixed aircraft fleet with a simulator capable...

FAA approval for ExecuJet Malaysia

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, has secured the official stamp of approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its MRO in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with the facility receiving Part 145 approval. The approval recognises the MRO facility, based at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, as an authorised Repair Station – giving US-registered aircraft owners confidence that the...

AsBAA works with Frost Sullivan to define opportunities for Business Aviation in Malaysia

AsBAA recently assisted consultancy firm, Frost Sullivan with a survey of business aviation stakeholders. Jenny Lau, Chairperson said “AsBAA advocates for the quantitative value of business aviation to be formally researched and evidenced. We welcome the work of credible consultancy firms to define both the economic potential of the industry and what needs to happen in terms of infrastr...

ExecuJet to establish new MRO facility in Malaysia

ExecuJet has today signed a contract with Malaysian Airports at the Farnborough International Airshow to establish a new Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facility within Subang Airport, Malaysia.  ExecuJet is currently the largest MRO in Malaysia for business aircraft operating in Subang Airport from an existing hangar and office facility measuring approximately 64,000 square feet....

MALAYSIAN FLYING ACADEMY INVESTS IN AN ALSIM ALX

ALSIM is pleased to announce the sale of an ALX (Single Engine Piston, Single Engine Piston Complex, Multi Engine Piston, and Light Jet) to Malaysian Flying Academy, a flight school located in Melaka, Malaysia. Captain Stephen Michael Terry, Malaysian Flying Academy’s Principal, explains why their school finally selected ALSIM’s ALX: “We decided to choose Alsim&...

Sepang Aircraft Engineering becomes a fully owned Airbus subsidiary

Boosting growth strategy of Services by Airbus in Asia Pacific Sepang Aircraft Engineering (SAE), an MRO centre based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, partially owned by Airbus since 2011, has become a fully owned Airbus subsidiary, following the acquisition by Airbus of its remaining shares.  With this acquisition, SAE becomes an integral part of the Airbus Customer Services network and is s...

Sepang Aircraft Engineering opens second hangar

Airbus maintenance facility in Malaysia also celebrates 10th anniversary  Sepang Aircraft Engineering (SAE) officially opened its second hangar today with a ceremony attended by Dato‘ Sri Ong Ka Chuan, Minister of International Trade and Industry II, Malaysia. The event also celebrated the 10th anniversary of the independent maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) centre.  The...

Sikorsky celebrates 50 years of service by the Nuri S-61 with the Royal Malaysian Air Force

Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, together with the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) celebrated 50 years of continuous service of the S-61 helicopter in Malaysia. The milestone was celebrated Sept. 17 with a commemorative dinner attended by Malaysian Chief of Air Force, General Tan Sri Dato Sri Hj Affendi bin Buang and scores of RMAF helicopter crew members.  The first of an initial ord...

HM Aerospace renews its confidence in Alsim and aquires another AL42 flight simulator

Alsim is very happy to announce the sale of an AL42 flight simulator, an exact copy of the Diamond DA42, to HM Aerospace flight training school, based in Langkawi, Malaysia. The school already owns two Alsim AL42 simulators. This AL42 simulator will provide the latest technological advances, such as PBN (Performance-based Navigation) and HDVS (High Definition Visual System), developed by Alsim....

Customers engage Erickson for estimated $18 million two-year contract in Malaysia

Erickson Incorporated, a leading global provider of aviation services, has been selected to provide timber harvesting aerial services to Asiatic Heli-Logging SDN BHD and Hormat Jadi SDN BHD in Sabah, Malaysia, beginning September 2016 for an annual $9 million a year total combined contract value. Asiatic Heli-Logging is a previous customer and the minimum two year contract, with a five-year ren...

AsBAA announces new addition to leadership team in Malaysia, expanding footprint in southeast Asia

AsBAA, the Asian region’s non-for-profit representative body for business aviation today announced that Tan Sri Ravindran Menon, Founder and Executive Director of the Skypark Group, Malayisa has joined the AsBAA Board of Governors as lead of the Malaysia chapter. The addition of Tan Sri to the AsBAA Board of Governors will seek to expand AsBAA’s activities and influence in the Sou...

Rayani Air boss hits at 'childish' takeover plans

PETALING JAYA: Rayani Air employees who announced plans to take over the airline have been described as “acting like children”, with the troubled airline’s chief executive suggesting that they “start their own airline if they are so smart”, according to Star Online. Rayani chief executive Ravi Alagendrran also dismissed a threat action by airline staff to recover u...