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ST Engineering appointed MRO Licensee for Honeywell Components in LEAP-Series engines

ST Engineering announced that it has entered into a 10-year agreement with Honeywell Aerospace that will see the Group appointed as the only licensed MRO service provider based in Asia Pacific for Honeywell components installed on the LEAP-series engines. Under the agreement, ST Engineering is appointed to provide component MRO and warranty repair services to all Asia Pacific operators for Ho...

Volocopter commits to launch Air Taxi services in Singapore

Volocopter announced its commitment to launch air taxi services in Singapore after two years of close collaboration with the city. Working together with the Economic Development Board of Singapore (EDB) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), Volocopter plans to make air taxi services a reality in the Southeast Asian city-state within the next three years. This puts Singapo...

New Airbus Singapore Campus officially inaugurated

Airbus has officially opened its new integrated campus in Singapore. The inauguration was hosted by Christian Scherer, Airbus Chief Commercial Officer, Head of International and Member of the Airbus Executive Committee, in the presence of Chan Chun Sing, Minister for Trade and Industry for the Republic of Singapore. Speaking at the event, Christian Scherer said: “The new campus in Singapo...

Game-changing FBO Experience in Singapore - Bombardier and Jetex

Bombardier and Jetex have joined forces to establish a world-class FBO experience in Singapore, the two companies are pleased to announce. Bombardier is in the midst of expanding capabilities and hangar space at its Singapore Service Centre at Seletar Aerospace Park to transform this facility into a high-capacity, one-stop-shop super centre, offering customers a full gamut of services re...

First conclusions of Singapore Airshow 2020

A lot of professionals and aviation lovers were worried on the eve of Singapore Airshow opnening. What is th situation due to coronavirus? Is it safe to come and visit the show? Were all possible measure taken? Was it necessary to cancell the show in order to respect public health safety measures?  At this , when the trade segment of the show is  concluded, we can...

Redefining MRO Operations: Collins Aerospace Systems Singapore Innovation Hub

A step forward in digitally transforming MRO operations: Collins Aerospace Systems opens its Singapore Innovation Hub, a new 10,000 square foot facility unveiled today at 39 Changi N Crescent, Singapore 499638. The Innovation Hub is expected to add more than 40 new jobs from disciplines including robotics and automation engineering, software development, and data science. Colli...

New Satys Singapore operations in the Bombardier Service Centre

Satys continues the development of its Aftermarket and VIP Painting Business Unit with the operation of two new paint hangars, based at the Bombardier Singapore Service Center, the largest private aircraft MRO in South East Asia. Bombardier’s line of business jets is the most comprehensive of any original equipment manufacturer, with three leading aircraft families. Its line of ...

De Havilland Canada and Viking Air Limited cancelled the participation at Singapore Airshow 2020

In light of the increased alert level announced today by the Singapore Government and Ministry of Health due to incidents of Coronavirus in Singapore, Longview Aviation has elected to cancel the participation of its subsidiary companies, De Havilland Aircraft of Canada and Viking Air in the 2020 Singapore Airshow. Earlier, Minister Lawrence Wong, Co-Chair of the Multi-M...

ST Engineering unveils enabling Technologies and Innovations at Singapore Airshow 2020

Be ready to discover 100 of its latest innovations and technology know-how from ST Engineering that enables cities to meet demands of a transforming landscape at the Singapore Airshow 2020. The display, featuring frontier technologies such as digitisation, artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotics, cyber solutions, and industry 4.0 practices, will cover an extensive area of...

Technology and innovation take centerstage at Singapore Airshow 2020

The biennial Singapore Airshow returns to the Changi Exhibition Centre from 11 – 16 February 2020, with an expected 45,000 trade attendees and over 930 participating companies from more than 45 countries/ regions. In view of the evolving 2019 novel CORONAVIRUS SITUATION, Singapore Airshow has introduced Enhanced Precautionary Measures to safeguard the well-being and safet...

Success at Connecting Asia Pacific Communities - ATR at Singapore Airshow

ATR will be present at the Singapore Airshow 2020. The market-leading ATR 72-600 turboprop will be on static display in the colours of Bangkok Airways. Visitors to the static display will be able to experience the company’s latest technologies for on-board passenger inclusion, such as braille passenger cards and a Hearing Aid Loop. At its booth, situated at E01, the company will al...

Dassault Aviation New ultra widebody Falcon 6X, Falcon 8X, 2000LX at Singapore Air Show

Dassault Aviation will participate at Singapore Airshow 2020 and showcase the ultra long range Falcon 8X flagship and high-performance Falcon 2000LXS. Dassault will also be leveraging the event to highlight its new ultra widebody Falcon 6X, currently in development with first flight expected early next year. The 6X will offer the largest cabin cross-section of any purpose-built busi...