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Airbus and SIAEC to Establish Maintenance Training Services in Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 18 March 2015
 

Airbus and SIA Engineering Company Limited (SIAEC) have entered into an agreement to provide maintenance and engineering training services for Airbus aircraft in Singapore.

Through this collaboration, SIAEC, one of the worlds leading aircraft engineering and maintenance groups, will deploy Airbus standards, dynamic tools and teaching techniques to provide aircraft manufacturer backed maintenance training capabilities to its personnel and to third party personnel in the region.

Moreover, SIAEC Training Academy will be equipped with Airbus' latest maintenance training devices and courseware for A320/A330, A380 and A350 aircraft types. This will enable SIAEC to deliver the highest standards of engineering training to third-party airline customers and SIAEC's own technical personnel. As an Airbus Maintenance Training Centre, the Training Academy will also be able to undertake contractual training for Airbus' customers.

Mr William Tan, Chief Executive Officer of SIAEC, said, Driven by our commitment to service excellence, SIAEC has developed a bench strength of a thousand engineers licensed to handle the latest aircraft types. As a trusted partner to our customers, it is our aim to support them with total engineering solutions, including best-in-class training services. The appointment of SIAECs Training Academy as an Airbus Maintenance Training Centre further strengthens our comprehensive service offerings to airlines in the region.

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