It secured a letter of intent for a contract from Air Canada.
ST Aerospace secured a letter of intent for a contract from Air Canada to perform interior reconfiguration on part of the airline’s A330-300 fleet. According to an announcement, the new cabin interiors for Air Canada’s A330-300 fleet will be harmonised with its Boeing 787 aircraft.
The company declined to disclose financial details.
The first A330-300 will be inducted at ST Aerospace’s Paya Lebar facility in Singapore. ST Aerospace will carry out full turnkey solutions that include engineering and design development, cabin interior parts fabrication, kitting, certification, and aircraft installation as well as check tasks on top of interior reconfiguration. “This will be ST Aerospace's fourth interior reconfiguration project for Air Canada,” the company said.
Air Canada senior vice president for operations Rich Steer, said, “We have been pleased with the work performed by ST Aerospace and its US affiliate VT San Antonio Aerospace on Air Canada’s fleet. This contract assures Air Canada of a quality solution for our A330-300 interior reconfiguration and maintenance needs through ST Aerospace’s extensive and proven capabilities in this field.”
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