ST Aerospace Delivers First EMBRAER 190 in Panama

The aircraft belonging to Copa Airlines had entered the premises of Panama Aerospace Engineering for routine maintenance.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009


After being certified for this type of aircraft in April 2009, Panama Aerospace Engineering (PAE), the Panamanian aircraft maintenance subsidiary of Singapore Technologies Aerospace Ltd. (ST Aerospace), announced the delivery of a Copa Airlines Embraer 190 aircraft today, after a C Check.

Panama Aerospace Engineering (PAE) is also certified by the FAA to perform maintenance on Airbus 320 aircraft, complementing itself in the region with ST Aerospace facilities in Mobile, Alabama, and San Antonio Aerospace (SAA) facilities in San Antonio, Texas, USA.

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