The Commercial Aviation Services Asia-Pacific conference and exhibition was recently launched in Singapore and held from 6 to 8 November 2018 at the Singapore Expo.

The event, formerly known as MRO Asia Pacific, expanded its portfolio this year to provide a “nose-to-tail” experience for attendees. The Aeroengines and Aerospace Manufacturing conferences as well as the Inflight Pavilion, Workshop and Awards – which were introduced last year – were further developed to provide a comprehensive view of the aerospace landscape.

At the exhibition, AAIS organised and managed the Singapore pavilion which grew in size to house 30 exhibiting companies.

Companies under the Singapore Pavilion
1 Aerospace Quality Supplier Pte. Ltd.
2 Aero-Zone Distribution Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.
3 Assa Abloy Entrance Systems Singapore Pte. Ltd.
4 Avensys Consulting Pte. Ltd.
5 Ban Chu Leong Technologies Pte. Ltd.
6 BC Technology Pte Ltd
7 Bollore Logistics Singapore Pte. Ltd.
8 CW Aero Services Pte. Ltd.
9 Dallas Airmotive Asia-Pacific Pte. Ltd.
10 Dynaron Enterprises Pte. Ltd.
11 Esterline Sensors Services Asia Pte. Ltd.
12 Field International Pte Ltd
13 Fischer Instrumentation (S) Pte Ltd
14 Hawker Pacific Asia Pte Ltd
15 IXTEQ Singapore Pte. Ltd.
16 Kuehne + Nagel (Asia Pacific) Management Pte. Ltd.
17 Magellan Aviation Singapore Pte. Ltd.
18 NDT Instruments Pte Ltd
19 Ontic Engineering & Manufacturing Asia-Pacific Pte. Ltd.
20 Orapi Applied (S) Pte. Ltd.
21 Pattonair Aisa Pte. Ltd.
22 Prime Aerospace Pte Ltd
23 Quest Global Services Pte Ltd
24 Quasi-S Pte. Ltd.
25 Regent Aerospace Singapore Pte. Ltd.
26 Rhinestahl Singapore Pte. Ltd.
27 Rotomatik (S) Pte Ltd
28 Singapore Aero Engine Services Private Limited
29 Transfingo Pte. Ltd.
30 W.H. Brennan & Company (Private) Limited

Here are some highlights from the Singapore Pavilion:

AAIS member, Transfingo Pte Ltd, announced its partnership with Dviation Group Holdings to form a joint venture. The new Singapore incorporated entity aims to promote the development of the local Aviation industry by providing training and human capital related services.

Photo by: Aerophotoworks for AAIS

Ban Chu Leong Technologies exhibited a robotic equipment for polishing and grinding of metal parts, fan blades, and composites. The automated solution enables abrasive discs used for polishing to be replaced quickly and efficiently.

Photo by: Lindsay Bjerregaard/Aviation Week

Pattonair Asia Pte Ltd, also a member of AAIS, had a Virtual Reality Experience area at its booth. The VR tool is being developed to help technicians practise kitting. The VR simulation at the exhibition allowed users a unique experience of walking a sky-high plank.

Photo by: Lindsay Bjerregaard/Aviation Week

The Singapore Pavilion saw 11 first-time exhibitors at the 2018 show. Among them was Prime Aerospace, a member of AAIS. Headquartered in Singapore, it is an EASA approved Repair station for Airbus cabin & cargo panels, engineering services provider as well as a parts/tooling distributor.

Photo by: Aerophotoworks for AAIS

Another member of AAIS, Bollore Logistics, signed an Asia supply chain distribution agreement with Aviation Partner and Consulting. The exhibition also saw Regent Aerospace sign a contract with SATAIR for aircraft cabin upgrades and refurbishments.

Photo by: Aerophotoworks for AAIS

 

The Singapore Pavilion was
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View more photos of the event here: https://www.aerophotoworks.com/p1033229813 

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