With the MRO market regaining steam, SIA makes a move to capture A380 work
As it looks forward to being the first airline to receive the Airbus A380, in March 2006, Singapore Airlines is positioning itself as the early leader for overhauling the 555-seat transport. There won't be any need for that for at least a half-dozen years after its introduction, so it's still early for the region's major maintenance, repair and overhaul centers (MRO) to start making any moves. Besides the 10 orders for Singapore (SIA), Qantas, Korean Airlines and Malaysia Airlines ...
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