CAE announced that it is expanding its Aircraft Technical Support Services offering in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. In the first phase of this expansion, CAE will create an Aircraft Record Central Service, based in its existing Kuala Lumpur office, specialising in aircraft transition activities for the region.
“We’re excited about growing our Aircraft Technical Support Services in the APAC region to support an ever-expanding roster of clients in this important market,” said Nick Leontidis, CAE’s Group President, Civil Aviation. “Being close to our customers is a winning recipe for their success and ours. With a dedicated team in the same time zone, we will be able to work more closely with our clients in the region and complete their projects more efficiently.”
Modelled on the company’s Ireland-based Lessor Client Operations team established in 2015, CAE is expanding its fully customisable technical support services delivered by in-region experts in records, mid-lease inspections, and delivery/redelivery of aircraft between regulatory agencies. The Malaysia-based team will enable CAE to deliver cost-effective solutions to Asian-based lessors and airlines in the post-pandemic environment. CAE’s Aircraft Technical Support Services will complement the company’s existing Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) and Design office already based in Singapore.
The CAE Aircraft Technical Support Services team specialises in a range of aircraft support solutions. The Aircraft Technical Support Services include EASA-approved CAMO, EASA Part 21 Design and Powerplant Borescope inspection service supported by a global consultant pool, technical records review and management, structural and composite repair review, engine management and support, helicopter support services and material procurement and logistics support.