50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

Business MRO in China – rise of trade in rotables

Download: Printable PDF Date: 10 Jan 2018 03:48 categories:
Publisher:
Business MRO in China – rise of trade in rotables  - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes

With an average fleet age of 8 years, most Chinese business aircraft operators are still covered by aircraft warranty. If, however, they find themselves in need of acquiring new parts, these tend to come from relatively young fleets. As these fleets are inevitably aging, in the near future the rotable aircraft parts market in China is expected to grow.

With multiple booming industries and the rapidly growing middle class, development of aviation industry in China is a national priority, so the Chinese government is allocating considerable resources towards further extending domestic aviation production capabilities, building new airports, training pilots and increasing local aviation MRO capacity. At the moment, China is the second largest domestic aviation market in the world with the fastest growing passenger traffic rate of 6.6 percent per year. 

Aviation companies often opt for rotable aircraft parts vs. new components for several reasons. First of all, retables can be safely used a number of times, even after being subjected to major repairs. After all, new aircraft parts are pricey and very few aircraft operators are wealthy enough to afford or willing to engage in such unnecessary spending. According to industry experts, aircraft rotables cost up to 5-10 times less than new parts. Moreover, in many cases companies opt for extra time savings, as when it comes to rotables, a typical lead time is significantly shorter than the one required to locate, order and deliver their new counterparts. Therefore, in most scenarios, by ordering second-hand, aircraft operators commonly enjoy a less expensive, yet still warranty-covered and safe alternative.  

“Naturally, all fleets are aging and the spare parts support warranties are expiring. Luckily, reputable providers offer parts that are serviced at approved repair facilities only, thus critical reliability is always ensured with Certificates of Conformance, regardless of the region. For instance, all rotables that our company offers in China also come with the CAAC release certificates included, so our customers can rest being assured that the savings they make come with no compromises on safety,” said Darius Saluga, CEO of Jet MS - a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul solutions for business and regional aviation.

Jet Maintenance Solutions (Jet MS) is a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul solutions for business and regional aviation.

Jet MS offers line and base maintenance for Hawker Beechcraft 700/800/800XP/850XP/900XP/750, Bombardier CRJ100/200/440 and Bombardier Challenger 604/605/850 aircraft. In addition, the company provides cabin refurbishment & modification, engine management, aircraft cleaning, aviation oil and fuel supply, express spare part delivery and aircraft conversion solutions for a wide range of other business and regional jets. The company is a Rockwell Collins authorized Dealer as well as the first service centre in Eastern Europe authorized to provide warranty support for TRONAIR‘s ground support equipment (GSE).

Jet MS is a member of the Avia Solutions Group family – a publicly listed aviation holding with over 20 subsidiaries worldwide.

For more information, please visit our websites: www.jetms.aero; www.aviasg.com 

 



Loading comments for Business MRO in China – rise of trade in rotables ...


Recommended

A Year of Incredible Growth for the Global Business Aviation Unicorn

VistaJet ideally positioned to seize even larger market share in 2018 Flew over 50,000 passengers in one year for the first time Investment from Rhône Capital values company’s equi...

Leonardo to lead OCEAN2020 program, the most important European Defense Agency research tender for Naval Surveillance Technology

OCEAN2020, a European Defence Fund initiative, will boost technological research in the  naval domain also by the integration of unmanned platforms in surveillance and interdiction missions...

Boeing, Adient Launch New Company to Design and Build Airplane Seats

Adient Aerospace will develop, manufacture and sell a portfolio of seating products to airlines and leasing companies Boeing and Adient announced the formation of Adient Aerospace, a joint ven...

Qatar Airways hightlights 'Qsuite' at Kuwait Aviation Show

Qatar Airways showcased its patented, award-winning new Business Class seat, Qsuite, for the first time in 2018 at the Kuwait Aviation Show, along with the airline’s ultra-modern extra-wide body...