SINGAPORE: ST Aero expands Singapore MRO capacity

Singapore Technologies Aerospace Ltd (ST Aerospace) recently unveiled its latest hangar in Singapore at its wholly-owned subsidiary, ST Aerospace Engineering Pte Ltd (STA Engineering), in Seletar. Following the groundbreaking ceremony in April 2007, the 4,860 sqm (51,333 sq ft) hangar is now completed and launched at a ceremony last month. Th e two-bay S$17.3 million […]


Singapore Technologies Aerospace Ltd (ST Aerospace) recently unveiled its latest hangar in Singapore at its wholly-owned subsidiary, ST Aerospace Engineering Pte Ltd (STA Engineering), in Seletar.

Following the groundbreaking ceremony in April 2007, the 4,860 sqm (51,333 sq ft) hangar is now completed and launched at a ceremony last month. Th e two-bay S$17.3 million (US$12.4 million) hangar is capable of accommodating up to two narrow-body aircraft.

With today¡¯s offi cial opening of the two-bay hangar, ST Aerospace now has eight wide-body and 13 narrow-body bays in Singapore, and off ers worldwide operations with a total capacity of 25 wide-body and 43 narrow-body bays in key aviation hubs.

Besides capacity expansion, ST Aerospace has also been expanding its capability off erings across its global maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) network. One of these is the introduction of Passenger- To-Freighter (PTF) conversion in STA Engineering, and a Boeing 757-200 is currently undergoing PTF conversion at its Seletar facility. Until recently, freighter conversions have been performed at ST Mobile Aerospace Engineering Inc (MAE) and ST Aviation Services Co (SASCO).