Safran Landing Systems will provide wheels and
carbon brakes for Singapore Airlines’ entire fleet of Boeing 777-9 through a tailored brake landing Service
contract. Thirty one aircraft are currently on order.
All heat-sink exchanges will be performed by Safran Landing
Systems’ facility in Sendayan, Malaysia. The company currently supports wheels and carbon brakes for 126 Airbus and Boeing aircraft at SIA and Scoot, the low-cost airline of the Singapore Airlines Group. The aircraft include A320, A350, 737-800 NG, 737-8 MAX and 787.
“Our carbon brake is the ideal choice for the 777-9, in terms of cost, efficiency and performance,” said Safran Landing Systems CEO Cedric Goubet. “We are delighted to
have once again earned this mark of trust from Singapore Airlines, one of the most renowned airlines in the world and one of our longest-standing customers. SIA was able
to directly evaluate our equipment reliability and service quality on its Airbus and Boeing fleet, and they can count on our technical excellence and efficient customer support for their upcoming 777-9 fleet.”
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