Skyways Technics‘ fully owned subsidiary Skyways Technics Asia, established in Subang, Malaysia in 2014, has successfully extended its structural repair workshops and warehousing facilities to more than 3,000 square meters.
The workshops’ surface area has tripled, with the installation of additional shops for sheet metal and composite works. The warehouse has also doubled in size, increasing the space for both owned and consigned structural components that are available for loan, exchange and outright sale. The components also further support operators in AOG situations.
Skyways Technics Asia continues its focus on regional aircraft support and is now able to release structural repairs for all ATR interior, fuselage, wing, nacelle, and door items, with both EASA and CAAM certification. The scope includes sensitive components such as radomes, outboard and inboard flaps, and flight control surfaces (ailerons / elevators / rudders).
“This substantial capability addition is a natural step after the successful launch of our MRO operations in Malaysia two years ago – a launch that was greatly welcomed by operators, MROs, and lessors throughout the Asia-Pacific region,” said Amaury Parent, Regional Manager in charge of Skyways Technics Asia development. “We are convinced there is definitely a need for more capabilities to be established in Asia Pacific, and this is why we have decided to specialize in regional aircraft structural repairs in Malaysia.”
“We have a great setup established in Malaysia and a team of highly skilled and motivated employees that we want to do so much more with”, said Regional Manager Amaury Parent. “We have a very strong relationship with and obligation towards amazing operators and lessors throughout Asia Pacific, with whom we believe we can bring further value with an increased offering of Skyways Technics Services.”
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