Singapore Airlines and Scoot have entered into a long-term Maintenance Repair Overhaul (MRO) agreement with Collins Aerospace, for 55 Boeing 787 aircraft. The new agreement also extends Scoot’s current FlightSense program with Collins, which was signed in 2014, to include the airline’s new 787 aircrafts that will be delivered in 2023.
“This contract marks a significant milestone for Collins, Singapore Airlines and Scoot in strengthening the close relationship we’ve built over the years,” said Henry Brooks, president, Power & Controls for Collins Aerospace. Products supported under the agreement include Collins’ air management systems, electric power generator and start systems, emergency power systems, fire suppression, sensors and lighting systems.
Collins Aerospace’s FlightSense programme, will provide the airlines with full lifecycle support for high-performance pool access, maintenance services and reliability upgrades.
Lau Hwa Peng, senior vice president, Engineering, Singapore Airlines, said ‘Our longstanding partnership with Collins Aerospace has provided our airlines with high quality maintenance and support services, even as we navigated the challenges brought about by the pandemic over the last two years.’ Ng Chee Keong, chief operating officer, Scoot, said, the new agreement reinforced the airline’s well-established partnership with Collins Aerospace, which has remained robust amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
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