Singapore, 14 February 2022 – ST Engineering today announced that its Commercial Aerospace business has secured component Maintenance-By-the-Hour (MBH™) contracts to support the carriers under China Airlines Group.

Under the new multi-year contracts, which have durations between seven and 12 years, ST Engineering will provide integrated component support to the Airbus A321neo and A330 aircraft belonging to national carrier, China Airlines, and the Airbus A320neo belonging to low cost carrier, Tigerair Taiwan. The new contracts add to an ongoing Boeing 737-800 component MBH™ programme that ST Engineering has with China Airlines since 2010, while Tigerair Taiwan is a new customer.

Jeffrey Lam, Commercial Aerospace President at ST Engineering, said, “We thank China Airlines for once again placing their trust in us and our trademarked MBH™ programme. As China Airlines expands and renews its fleet with the A320neo and A321neo aircraft, we will leverage our strong expertise in Airbus platforms to support their operations. We appreciate Tigerair Taiwan for giving us the opportunity to be a part of their growth story, and are committed to providing them the support that will enable their upcoming expansion.”

Jason Tsai, Vice President, Engineering Division of China Airlines, said, “ST Engineering has consistently provided high quality in safety and standards when servicing our fleet. We look forward to strengthening our partnership with ST Engineering.”

“We are pleased to have this new partnership with ST Engineering,” Dennis Lai, Chief Operations Officer of Tigerair Taiwan, said. “Based on this contract, Tigerair Taiwan could gain benefits from reliable support on aircraft components and parts by ST Engineering.”

Recognised worldwide for its hallmark component MBH™ programmes, ST Engineering provides integrated component MRO solutions for over 25,000 unique aircraft parts and is the authorised service centre to over 20 leading OEMs. Its Commercial Aerospace business provides round-the-clock support and delivers more than 100,000 components annually from its component MRO facilities located in Singapore, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, as well as Stockholm, Sweden.

ST Engineering is showcasing its MRO and other aerospace capabilities at the Aviation cluster of the ST Engineering Pavilion (G01) from 15 – 18 February at Singapore Airshow 2022.