ST Engineering's aerospace arm won $460 million of contracts in Q1

SINGAPORE - Singapore Technologies Engineering said its aerospace arm, ST Aerospace, has secured new orders worth $460 million in the first quarter.

Included in the contracts is a two-year agreement with a major airline for heavy maintenance of 20 Embraer E-190 aircraft at the aerospace sector's San Antonio facility.

The aerospace sector has also signed a contract with Aircalin, New Caledonia's international airline for checks on three Airbus A320 and A330 aircraft.

The first A320 has since been redelivered, with the last maintenance check scheduled for completion in third quarter.

During the first quarter, ST Aerospace redelivered a total of 249 aircraft for airframe maintenance and modification work.

In addition, a total of 10,417 components, 66 landing gears and 44 engines were processed, while 2,280 engine washes were conducted for both commercial and military customers.

This includes the redelivery of one Boeing business jet and one Boeing 757 aircraft by Aeria Luxury Interiors, ST Aerospace's VIP completion brand name based in San Antonio, Texas, United States.

In Singapore, ST Aerospace officially opened its new aviation centre at the Seletar Aerospace Park (SAP), housing a suite of air charter, ground training, flight training and support facilities.

With an expanded Seletar footprint occupying over 75,000 square metres, ST Aerospace becomes the second largest tenant and the only integrated aviation service provider in the park.