MRO Asia-Pacific 2022
MRO Asia-Pacific 2022 was held at the Singapore Expo Convention and Exhibition Centre from 20-22 September 2022. MRO Asia-Pacific is a targeted civil aerospace event that brings together the aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) industry—locally and globally—to discuss the latest issues and concerns of operators and their service providers and suppliers, and to provide opportunities to connect with the entire aerospace industry.
The Queensland Government, through Defence Jobs Queensland, exhibited at the event along with 10 leading Queensland aerospace companies:
Airbus has partnered with the Pacific region for more than 40 years. Customers in Australia and New Zealand, and South Pacific islands such as Papua New Guinea, Fiji, the Solomon Islands and New Caledonia, have consistently affirmed their confidence in the company’s civil aircraft, defence, space and helicopter products. Currently, Airbus has secured orders for 300 passenger aircraft, and is supporting more than 600 helicopters and military fixed-wing aircraft, from customers in the region. The company’s industrial presence also includes MRO centres for civil and military fixed-wing and rotary aircraft, and helicopter assembly facilities.
Cairns Airport—located in Far North Queensland— is one of Australia’s leading regional airports, providing air links to a range of domestic and international destinations. The airport is a gateway to the World Heritage Great Barrier Reef and Tropical Rainforests of North Queensland. Cairns Airport’s thriving General Aviation Precinct is a major economic driver of the local economy, with more than 200 businesses operating within the precinct, employing in excess of 3,500 skilled employees. The precinct is home to a range of businesses and industries, including freight consolidation, rescue firefighting services, avionics, government agencies, maintenance, charter and scenic fights, engineering, education and training, and aircraft cleaning and detailing.
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GE Aviation is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of large jet aircraft engines, Dowty propellers, avionics, power generation, and distribution systems; supplying commercial product to all local carriers operating within the Asia-Pacific and China regions. The company also supplies the governments within the Asia-Pacific region with safe, strong, and dynamic engines and systems for military and marine use. GE’s newest frontier—Aviation Digital Group—leverages its domain knowledge and data science capabilities to enable customer outcomes. Using data and analytics, GE partners with airlines, business jet operators and the military to reduce their operational costs, empower crew, enhance passenger experience and improve mission readiness.
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Heston MRO is one of the largest independent MRO organisations in Australasia and has been delivering customer-driven MRO services for more than 30 years. The company understands the changing needs of domestic, regional and international airlines; and builds and customises products around everchanging customer operational needs, with speed and flexibility and the utmost focus on safety and quality. Heston MRO continues to grow and develop its customer base and invest in capability and training to support the latest in aircraft technology platforms. In addition to line maintenance, engine on-wing technical capabilities and BSI, aircraft parking and storage, components and warehousing solutions, CASA Part147 technical training school, the company has extended its presence to Europe. Heston MRO Europe is focused on component, material and repair solutions; and manages a network of warehouses strategically located in Australia, Europe, and USA.
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Since 1967, Jet Aviation has been crafting flight in its smoothest form; from one hangar in Basel, Switzerland to some 50 locations worldwide. Across Asia-Pacific, Jet Aviation has been delivering a diverse range of integrated aviation solutions for more than 40 years. These include aircraft sales, aircraft support and management, and aircraft supplies. Behind every seemingly effortless experience are our people. Whether in the air or on the ground, arriving or departing, behind every journey are hundreds of hands, dedicated to the details.
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Pacific Turbine Brisbane is a specialist engine workshop situated in Queensland, Australia, but with a global presence focusing on the PT6A, PT6T and TPE331 turboprop and turboshaft engines. With Part 145, FAA and EASA release certifications, the company provides MRO services, engine management programs, and engine exchange (rent and outright sales), as well as engine and aircraft leasing. Partnered with NAASCO, Eurotec and EXTEX, Pacific Turbine Brisbane also has an extensive parts inventory, providing quality and cost-effective parts and components to the global aviation market. With a highly experienced team of engineers, sales, and technical representatives, Pacific Turbine Brisbane is your 'local shop', with worldwide capabilities.
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Precision Aviation Group (PAG) is a leading provider of products and value-added services to the aerospace and defence industry worldwide. With 17 repair stations and more than 650,000 square-feet of sales and service facilities in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore and Brazil, PAG uses its twenty-two distinct business units and customer-focused business model to serve aviation customers through two business functions – Aviation Supply Chain, and its trademarked Inventory Supported MRO (ISMRO®) Services. The company provides MRO and supply chain solutions for fixed and rotary-wing aircraft. PAG subsidiaries have MRO and manufacturing capabilities on more than 150,000 products in four vertical categories – avionics, components, engines and manufacturing/sub assembly/DER.
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The Qantas Group operates one of the largest MRO organisations in the Asia-Pacific, with a long-established international reputation for operational excellence and safety. With the experience gained in maintaining their own fleet of almost 300 aircraft, the company can respond to customer airline requirements with flexibility and an understanding of operator's concerns and constraints. Qantas is at the leading edge of technological development, constantly improving the company’s products, processes and systems. Qantas’ focus on continuous improvement, world's best practice, and striving to become the most cost-efficient operation in the airline industry benefits operators utilising the company's engineering and maintenance services.
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Skytek provides specialist aviation-engineering services including heavy maintenance and aircraft modification capability for both rotary and fixed wing aircraft. Skytek complements their MRO services with logistics and supply chain management of parts, consumables, and aircraft ground service support along with component overhaul, providing an integral service to their customers with a complete portfolio of service needs.
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Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport is the gateway airport for Toowoomba and the Darling Downs. It provides interstate, intrastate and international connectivity for the region. With more than 60 weekly passenger flights and boasting the only scheduled weekly international freighter service in Queensland, Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport is a catalyst for economic development.
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Last updated: 14 Aug 2023