CASL backs joint MRO deal with China, Hong Kong, Macao

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China Aircraft Services Limited (CASL) expressed its positive support to the “Joint Maintenance Management Cooperation Arrangement” jointly signed by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong (CAD) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Macao (AACM) on 30 November. The new agreement will facilitate aircraft maintenance licence holders issued by the three authorities to work in the aircraft maintenance organisations located in the three places.

Acting CEO of CASL, Dr. Angus Cheung said, “We are excited that the new Cooperation Agreement has been signed and are confident that the connectivity between Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao will greatly benefit the aircraft maintenance industry in Hong Kong by fostering cooperation through the exchange of talents, information, knowledge and expertise. In particular, Hong Kong has a transcendent position in Greater Bay Area which provides a wider catchment area for enormous growth opportunities. The integration can further strengthen Hong Kong’s position as a leading international aviation hub.” 

CASL welcomes the new Cooperation Agreement and believes that the expanded connectivity will create synergies and support the development of aviation in line with the objectives of safety, efficiency and sustainability.

Founded in 1995, CASL provides aircraft line and base maintenance, cabin services, ground services equipment and business jet maintenance, as well as supply and storage services at Hong Kong International Airport. Apart from operating in Hong Kong, CASL and China Eastern Airlines established a joint venture company, Shanghai Eastern Aircraft Maintenance Limited (SEAM) in 2002, providing aircraft line maintenance and ground services equipment at Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport.

By opening its aircraft maintenance hangar at Hong Kong International Airport in May 2009, CASL is capable of providing a higher level of aircraft maintenance services to airline customers worldwide in both aircraft line maintenance and heavy maintenance. CASL employs around 700 people with extensive experience and capabilities. We are fully committed to providing the highest quality of services to our customers by focusing on technical development, customer care and continuous improvement. CASL is a HKAR-145 Aircraft Maintenance Organization and HKAR-147 Aircraft Maintenance Training Organization approved by the HKCAD. CASL also holds approval from JMM, FAA, EASA, Taiwan CAA, MOLIT, CAAN, CAASL, DGCA, ECAA, BCAA, and CAACI.

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