Singapore Airlines signs Maintenance Deal with Rolls-Royce

Travel News Asia Friday, 27 April 2007

Singapore Airlines has signed a Total Care Services Agreement with Rolls-Royce to provide a comprehensive maintenance package for the Trent 800 engines on its fleet of 58 Trent-powered Boeing 777 aircraft.

Rolls-Royce will provide off-wing maintenance, repair and over-haul of engines, as well as spare engine support. The engines will be repaired and overhauled at Singapore Aero Engine Services Limited (SAESL) - a Joint Venture Company, owned by SIA Engineering Company Limited and Rolls-Royce.

Besides Singapore Airlines 58 Boeing 777s, other models of the Trent family of engines will power the first 10 Airbus 380s (Trent 900), the first of which will be delivered this year, as well as all 19 A330-300s (Trent 700), which will delivered from 2009.

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