The 2,690m sq (28,955 sq ft) is ideally located to deliver luxury cabin interiors to customers from across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
ST Aerospace will design, manufacture and install cabin interiors, as well as providing base maintenance for up to narrowbody aircraft in size; such as Boeings Business Jets (BBJs) based on the 737 model, and Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJs); A318-21 series.
ST Aerospace has signed contracts for five major refurbishment and maintenance projects, including for an Airbus ACJ319 and a Boeing BBJ, will be completed at the Singapore facility.
Lim Serh Ghee is the ST Aerospace sees the potential in reaching out to ultra-wealthy customers in the region for aircraft interiors says Lim Serh Ghee the ST Aerospace Singapore President:
“Besides expanding our geographical footprint to provide convenience to customers in this region, what is also exciting is the amount of skills transfer involved.
“New skills are imparted from our successful set-up in the U.S., to ensure we offer the same level of aesthetics, engineering and on-time delivery,” he said. “Going up the value chain, we believe this new capability in Singapore offers a complete suite of services that cover design, engineering and craftsmanship, enhancing the already strong aviation ecosystem here.”
Additionally the company announced that its aircraft interiors business, Aeria Luxury Interiors, based in the USA redelivered its first green BBJ completion to an undisclosed customer at the end of December last year.
The interior features a dedicated forward crew lounge, a finished galley, a conference room, a large resting lounge and a master suite. The cabin is also outfitted with a humidification and zonal drying system, along with a modern digital entertainment system.