Leveraging long-established JV partnerships with engine OEMs (Rolls-Royce, Pratt & Whitney and GE) and SIAEC’s established MRO capabilities in supporting airline customers’ fleet of aircraft and engines, SIAEC’s Engine Services Division (ESD) is well-positioned to accelerate its participation in the engine MRO value chain, creating value to our customers through integration of its service offerings.
ESD aims to be the one-stop solution for all engine related services.
From engine on-wing and off-wing support to engine lease transition service, ESD has Airframe, Powerplant and NDT (Eddy current) ratings for key airworthiness authorities such as CAAS, EASA and FAA to provide the following services:
- Borescope inspection and non-destructive testing
- Engine mount inspection
- Engine change
- LRU replacement
- Inventory checks
- Engine split/joint for transportation
- Fan case abradable repair
- Component modification
- Component rectification and replacement
- Engine preservation and storage (hot room and shrink wrap)
- Gearbox replacement (LEAP engines)
- Engine Service Bulletins (SBs) incorporation
For our engine lessor customers, ESD is offering expertise and services to support customers’ engine transition or lease return. From general engine inspection to engine light maintenance to engine preservation and storage in hot rooms, ESD can customise your required package from the list of services above.
In addition to ESD’s existing engine services facilities, we are further expanding our capabilities and capacity by investing in a 20,000 sqft facility to accommodate growing demand in engine quick turn maintenance, where engine shop visits are driven by specific work to minimise engine time off-wing, thereby optimising both engine availability and reliability on-wing. The initial setup of the new facility will support maintenance work on the narrow body aircraft engines, starting with CFM LEAP Engines.
To support engine overhaul work from our joint ventures, ESD has an Engine Test Facility (ETF) capable of testing engines of up to 150,000 lb thrust. The ETF is able to service the following high-performance engines:
- Rolls Royce – Trent 500, 700, 800, 900
- Pratt & Whitney – PW4000
- Engine Alliance – GP7200
- General Electric – GE90