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Etihad Airways Opens Line Maintenance Facility in Singapore

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Etihad Airways has opened a line maintenance base at Singapores Changi International Airport, the carriers eighth outside Abu Dhabi.

The new facility will perform all scheduled and non-scheduled line maintenance for Etihad Airways daily flights operating to Singapore from both Abu Dhabi and Brisbane.

This includes transit, daily and weekly checks, scheduled engineering services, and fault repairs for aircraft systems and cabin issues.

From its UAE hub, Etihad Airways operates daily return flights to Singapore and onwards to state capital of Queensland, Australia.

 Singapore is a key part of Etihad Airways expanding global network and our decision to establish an engineering facility at Changi reflects our continuing investment in operations there and in the wider region, said Captain Richard Hill, Chief Operations Officer at Etihad Airways. The opening also enhances Etihad Airways position as a world-class Technical Handling Company. With existing state-of-the-art maintenance facilities at Melbourne and Sydney in Australia where we also service other carriers, our Changi maintenance base will further strengthen the scale of our global operations.

Etihad Airways is deploying a team of Abu Dhabi-trained line maintenance aircraft engineers to be based at the new Singapore facility.

The airlines existing line maintenance facilities are in Dublin, Chicago, Lahore, London-Heathrow, Manchester, Melbourne and Sydney.

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