Malaysian maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider Sepang Aircraft Engineering (SAE), which is part owned by European airframer EADS, is expanding its workforce to accommodate more work for its main customer AirAsia and increase Airbus’ customer support in Asia. SAE CEO, Christophe Desages, says the MRO currently employs about 300 staff and aims to have 400-500 at the end of 2013. Under a 10-year agreement with AirAsia, SAE has exclusivity over 85% of AirAsia’s A320 fleet, but ...
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