LEAP Engines : SIA Engineering MRO facility to be built at Changi airport

Romain Guillot

2020/02/27 | 192 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
LEAP Engines : SIA Engineering MRO facility to be built at Changi airport © Safran Aircraft Engines

The information was revealed during Singapore Airshow. JTC Corporation, the main industrial property developer in Singapore, has announced that the project to build a maintenance centre for CFM International's LEAP engines that is being run by SIA Engineering Company Limited (SIAEC) could be set up at the Changi North zone.

This new facility would then be built near the Singapore Airlines MRO division's facilities located to the North of the airport.

SIAEC had revealed that it wanted t...(…)

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