This news is classified in: Aviation Contracts Engines / Power / Fuel MRO
Feb 22, 2023
Safran Nacelles and the Commercial Aerospace business of ST Engineering have today signed a license agreement for the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) of Airbus A320neo’s LEAP-1A nacelles. Over 2,500 nacelles produced by Safran Nacelles are currently in service on Airbus A320neo aircraft that are powered by CFM International’s LEAP-1A engines.
With this partnership, Safran Nacelles and ST Engineering will jointly ensure the highest standards in nacelle MRO, guaranteed by the OEM, for the growing fleet of Airbus A320neo. In addition, with the support of Safran Nacelles' and ST Engineering’s global network of aerospace MRO stations, A320neo operators can be assured of finding a repair station of choice that meets their expectations of turn time, logistics costs and lead time.
ST Engineering’s sites are also equipped for complex repairs, with 24/7 access to a stock of large nacelle components including air inlets, fan cowls, thrust reversers and exhaust systems.
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Alain Berger, Safran Nacelles’ Executive Vice President – Customer Support & Services, stated: “I look forward to sharing with ST Engineering, a global MRO player, our experience and our best OEM quality standards. Operators of the LEAP-1A equipped A320neo nacelles can therefore rest assured that they will benefit from the best repairs in an extensive network of global stations."
Dr Yip Yuen Cheong, Head of Aerostructures and Systems at ST Engineering, added: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with Safran Nacelles through this MRO license to provide A320neo LEAP-1A nacelle services. Our MRO solutions, combined with strong engineering and manufacturing expertise, will provide operators best-in-class services that effectively support their flying operations.”