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    2014.08.25 | | 中银航空租赁斥资20亿美元订购LEAP-1B和CFM56-7B发动机

    公司首次订购全部三款LEAP发动机机型 CFM56的发动机产品组合得到进一步扩充 CFM的LEAP-1B发动机进入测试阶段 美国俄亥俄州西赤斯特 – 2014年8月25日 — 中银航空租赁今日宣布订购100台LEAP-1B发动机用于搭载其新近采购的50架波音737 MAX 8飞机,以及60台CFM56-7BE发动机用于搭载另外的30架波音新一代737飞机。CFM估计这两款发动机订单的账面价值达20亿美元。 除今天公布的LEAP-1B发动机订单之外,中银航空租赁业已订购了LEAP-1A发动机和LEAP-1C发动机,分别用于搭载空客A320neo飞机和中国商飞C919飞机。 中银航空租赁常务董事兼首席执行官罗伯特•马丁(Robert Martin)表示:“我们认为LEAP-1B装配737MAX飞机是一个非常好的组合方案,这将能够为我们的客户带来可观的运营经济性。根据以往的合作经验,我们知道,CMF公司生产的发动机都拥有卓越的质量和可靠性。这份新订单提高了客户对CFM公司交付的CFM56系列产品的满意度,也增强了我们对新款LEAP发动机的信心。” “我们很高兴中银航空租赁选择LEAP-1B作为737 MAX飞机的重要组成部分,从而进一步扩充了其CFM56发动机机队” CFM总裁兼首席执行官让-保罗•埃邦加(Jean-Paul Ebanga)表示,“非常感谢中银航空租赁对我们产品一如既往的信任。” “我们与中银航空租赁团队之间保持着出色的长期合作关系,”CFM母公司 - 通用航空公司全球销售及市场营销执行副总裁查克•查罗(Chaker Chahrour)说到:“我们非常荣幸能对他们所取得的出色业绩有所贡献,同时,随着他们将搭载LEAP发动机的机型列入其产品组合,我们对于双方合作关系的进一步加强也充满了期待。” LEAP发动机的研发得益于先进的空气动力学理念和众多材料技术研发项目。该款发动机的设计非常出色,与最好的现役CFM发动机相比,其耗油量和二氧化碳排放均降低了15%,同时,氮氧化合物排放降低了50%,且发动机噪声足迹削减多达75%。尽管拥有以上这些技术优势,CFM传奇般的可靠性和低维护成本依然不会改变。 中银航空租赁新近采购的新一代737均将装配CFM56-7BE发动机,产品配置已于2011年中期引入。CFM使用先进的计算机代码和三维设计技术对采用高压和低压涡轮的机翼进行了改善,以获得更佳的发动机性能。此外,公司还提高了发动机的耐用性并且减少了配件数量,从而降低维护成本。该款发动机结合飞机的全面改进,可将燃油效率提升百分之二,维护成本降低多达百分之四。 **** 关于中银航空租赁 中银航空租赁是一家全球领先的亚洲飞机租赁公司。截至2014年6月30日,该公司旗下拥有和管理的飞机达251架,运营着56条航线,遍及全球30个国家。公司归中国银行所有,拥有着航空行业机龄最年轻的机队之一,平均机龄不到四年。公司总部位于新加坡,在都柏林、伦敦和西雅图均设有办事处。 CFM国际公司 LEAP发动机是赛峰集团斯奈克玛公司和GE公司50/50平股合资公司CFM国际公司的产品。CFM国际公司是世界最大的商用飞机发动机供应商,已交付超过26500台发动机。请登陆www.cfmaeroengines.com 网站,了解更多信息。
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    2014.07.31 | | 赛峰集团公布业绩,2014年上半年表现强劲

    Adjusted revenue grew 4.4%, adjusted operating income up 16.5% driven by a strong performance in civil aviation Full year operating income outlook upgraded All revenue figures in this press release represent adjusted[1] revenue. Please refer to definitions contained in the Notes on page 11. Comparisons are established against 2013 figures restated for the application of IFRS 11, Joint Arrangements.. Key figures for first-half 2014 First-half 2014 adjusted revenue was Euro 7,208 million, up 4.4% year-on-year (5.3% organic). Adjusted recurring [2] operating income at Euro 981 million (13.6% of revenue), up 16.5% year-on-year. After one-off items totalling Euro (10) million, profit from operations was Euro 971 million. Adjusted net income - group share of Euro 632 million (Euro 1.52 per share) compared with Euro 658 million in 2013 which included a capital gain of Euro 131 million from the sale of Ingenico shares. Consolidated (non-adjusted) net income - group share at Euro 650 million (Euro 1.56 per share). Net debt position of Euro 1,797 million as of June 30, 2014, with positive free cash flow generation (Euro 41 million) while heavily investing in R&D and the transition to LEAP. A dividend of Euro 1.12 per share was approved by the shareholders at the Annual General Meeting of May 27, 2014. An interim payment having been made in December 2013 (Euro 0.48 per share), a final payment of Euro 0.64 per share was made in June 2014. H1 2014 civil aftermarket [3] was up 9.4% in USD terms driven by first overhauls of recent CFM56 and GE90 engines. Growth in Q2 2014 was 6.5% compared to a strong level of business in Q2 2013. Full-year expectation for low to mid-teens growth is unchanged. Full-year 2014 outlook revised on the basis of strong first-half activity, especially in civil aviation, Safran now expects: As previously, for adjusted revenue to increase by a percentage rate in the mid-single digits compared to 2013 Adjusted recurring operating income to increase by a percentage approaching the mid-teens (previously low double digits) compared to 2013 (at a hedged rate of USD 1.26 to the Euro). Free cash flow representing 35% of adjusted recurring operating income remains achievable (previously close to 40%) on the basis of updated assumptions for higher recurring operating income, increased self-funded R&D and tangible capex, an element of uncertainty being the amount of advance payments and the rhythm of payments by state-clients in the second half. Key business highlights for first-half 2014 During the Farnborough Air Show, CFM recorded orders for 1,062 new engines (862 LEAP & 200 CFM56), in addition to LEAP and CFM56 services agreements, at a combined value of USD 21.4 billion at list price. Following the air show, the LEAP order book stands at over 7,500 engines (orders and commitments). Safran will participate in GE’s new engine, the GE9X, selected by Boeing as the exclusive powerplant on its new 777X long-range. Safran will have a total stake in this new engine programme of slightly more than 11%. Safran was selected by Airbus to supply the nacelle for the future A330neo. These nacelles will use Safran’s expertise in the use of composite materials, acoustic treatment and system architecture incorporated in the Airbus A380 nacelles. CFM International has initiated ground testing of the first LEAP-1B engine for the 737 MAX. The LEAP-1B engine fired for the first time on June 13th, three days ahead of the schedule set when the program was launched in 2011. After a series of break-in runs, the engine has successfully reached full take-off thrust. Safran and Airbus Group have agreed to create a 50-50 joint venture to gather ultimately into a single corporate entity the launcher systems from Airbus Group and the space propulsion systems from Safran. Signing of the programme joint venture transaction and initial start of operations (phase 1) are expected before the end of 2014. Safran completed the acquisition of the Aerospace Power Distribution Management Solutions and Integrated Cockpit Solutions business of Eaton. The business is consolidated with effect from May 9, 2014. At the Eurosatory 2014 international defense show near Paris, Safran showcased PASEO, a new generation of combat vehicle sights, which offers unrivaled performance in the detection, identification and designation of air-land threats, based on the integration of very-high-resolution digital optronic sensors. The TSA Pre✓™ programme continued to grow and is now fully operational in 29 out of the 45 major airports participating in the programme. Under its Universal Enrolment Services (UES) contract with TSA, MorphoTrust USA is the only authorized provider of the TSA Pre✓™ application programme which enables trusted travellers to speed through airport screening. *** Paris, July 31, 2014 - The Board of Directors of Safran (Euronext Paris: SAF) met in Paris on July 30, 2014 to approve the financial statements for the first-half of 2014. Executive commentary Chairman and CEO Jean-Paul Herteman commented: “Safran posted record profitability in the first half 2014 with recurring operating income up 16.5%, standing at 13.6% of turnover, demonstrating once again our ability to deliver across all our businesses. In addition, the excellent commercial activity, topped off by the Farnborough air show, continued to provide comfort in the demand for our technologies. The CFM56 programme is lasting longer, the LEAP programme is selling faster and we scored successes on new programmes such as the GE9X and the A330neo which will bolster our long term standing. The very healthy and profitable growth we are experiencing in civil aerospace allows us to raise our profitability guidance for 2014 while bringing more resources to bear in order to strengthen our supply chain and increase our development capacity to manage the ever higher programme volumes and rhythms as well as additional opportunities. We now expect our R&D and capex in 2014 each to be somewhat higher this year than last, as a consequence of the outstanding commercial success of these programmes. However, a decline in cash consuming investments (capex, R&D) is confirmed for 2015/16. Favourable aftermarket indicators and strong original equipment output, underpinned by growing air traffic and aircraft programme rates, provide a strong foundation for our medium and long term forecasts.” First-half 2014 results Safran delivered very good progress in performance in first-half 2014. Solid growth in revenue. For first-half 2014, Safran’s revenue was Euro 7,208 million, compared to Euro 6,907 million in the same period a year ago, a 4.4% year-on-year increase. On an organic basis, revenue grew by 5.3%. First-half 2014 revenue increased by Euro 301 million on a reported basis, or by Euro 365 million on an organic basis. Organic growth was driven primarily by continued momentum in most Aerospace activities (OE and services). Avionics and the Security business also contributed to this performance. Organic revenue was determined by applying constant exchange rates and by excluding the effects of changes in structure. Hence, the following calculations were applied: _ The unfavourable currency impact on revenue of Euro (119) million for first-half 2014 reflected a globally negative translation effect on revenue generated in foreign currencies, notably in USD, CAD and Brazilian Real. The Group’s average spot rate was USD 1.37 to the Euro in the first half 2014 vs. USD 1.31 in the year-ago period. The Group’s hedge rate improved to USD 1.26 to the Euro in the first half 2014 from USD 1.29 in the year-ago period, somewhat mitigating the translation effect on revenue. The achieved hedged rate for 2014 is USD 1.26. Recurring operating margin reached 13.6% of revenue. For first-half 2014, Safran’s recurring operating income was Euro 981 million, up 16.5% compared to first-half 2013 restated figure of Euro 842 million, (12.2% of revenue). After taking into account the positive currency hedge impact (Euro 44 million) and the slight impact of acquisitions and newly consolidated activities net of disposals (Euro 14 million), organic improvement was Euro 81 million, representing 9.6% year-over-year growth. This improvement was primarily driven by aerospace aftermarket activities in the Propulsion and Equipment businesses. Recurring operating income at the Defence and Security businesses was stable compared to the year-ago period. One-off items totalled Euro (10) million during first-half 2014, including acquisition and integration costs, notably related to the activities acquired from Eaton in the period. Adjusted net income - group share was Euro 632 million (Euro 1.52 per share) compared with Euro 658 million (Euro 1.58 per share) in 2013 which included a capital gain of Euro 131 million from the sale of Ingenico shares. In addition to the rise in profit from operations, this improved performance includes: Net financial expense of Euro (11) million, including Euro (21) million of cost of debt. Tax expense of Euro (313) million (32.6% effective tax rate). Dividend to shareholders A dividend of Euro 1.12 per share was approved by the shareholders at the Annual General Meeting of May 27, 2014. An interim payment having been made in December 2013 (Euro 0.48 per share), a final payment of Euro 0.64 per share was made in June 2014. Equity shareholding Pursuant to current legislation, subsequent to the placings made by the French state in 2013, a further 3.6 million shares belonging to the French state will be offered to Safran employees and former employees via a specific subscription offer. The relevant documentation will be made available in due course. Balance sheet and cash flow Operations generated Euro 41 million of Free Cash Flow. The net debt position was Euro 1,797 million as of June 30, 2014 compared to a net debt position of Euro 1,220 million as of December 31, 2013. Free cash flow generation of Euro 41 million was driven by the cash from operations of Euro 1,140 million, devoted to an increase in working capital needs of Euro (319) million to sustain rising production rates, and increased capital expenditures (Euro (299) million) and continued R&D investment. Other major cash outflows in the semester were a 2013 final dividend payment of Euro (266) million (€0.64 per share) to parent holders, and the acquisition of Eaton’s power distribution management and cockpit integration activities (Euro (197) million). As of June 30, 2014, Safran had cash & cash equivalents of Euro 1.5 billion and Euro 2.55 billion of secured and undrawn facilities available. Capital expenditure Capital expenditure amounted to Euro (299) million in the first half of 2014, an increase of (72) million Euros compared to the year-ago period. The increase in capital expenditure is principally due to the intensification of the test and certification phase of the LEAP engine programme, and to the increase in carbon brakes production capacity (notably in Malaysia). The level of investment in the first half and revisions to the production level of CFM56 and LEAP engines to be fulfilled now lead Safran to expect tangible capital expenditure in 2014 to increase by between Euro (70) million and Euro (100) million compared to 2013. In 2013, capital expenditure amounted to Euro (544) million excluding the proceeds of the sale of assets, principally an office building in Paris. Research and development Total R&D expenditures, including customer-funded, reached Euro (982) million. The self-funded R&D effort before research tax credit was Euro (709) million or 9.8% of revenue in first-half 2014, up Euro (122) million compared to first-half 2013. It reflects notably an intensification of the ramp-up in spending on LEAP development. The impact on recurring operating income after tax credit, capitalization and amortization was Euro (320) million, an increase of Euro (49) million compared to last year, including R&D expenditure on Silvercrest which is fully expensed since April 1, 2014. Safran revises its forecast of R&D for 2014 given the level of spending in the first half and: the intensification and acceleration of the LEAP test and certification campaign; spending on the GE9X engine programme commencing in 2014 rather than 2015; higher spending on Silvercrest. The level of self-funded R&D spending should increase by Euro (50) million to Euro (100) million compared to 2013 with a lower level of capitalisation. The additional resources committed to these programmes reflect the strong demand for CFM and Safran aircraft engine technologies, attested by their outstanding commercial success. Outlook On the basis of the positive momentum seen in the first half of 2014 in its commercial aerospace businesses and the evolution of capex and R&D, Safran has revised some key assumptions underpinning the full-year 2014 outlook: A healthy increase in aerospace OE deliveries. Civil aftermarket increase by a percentage in the low to mid-teens. Revised: an increase of self-funded R&D of the order of Euro 50 million to Euro 100 million compared with 2013 with a lower level of capitalisation. Revised: an increase in tangible capex of the order of Euro 70 million to Euro 100 million compared with 2013. Profitable growth for the Security business, characterized, unlike other activities, by significant exposure to translation effect. Continued benefits from the on-going Safran+ plan to enhance the cost structure and reduce overhead. In line with these assumptions Safran has adjusted profit and free cash flow guidance, detailed below: Safran expects on a full-year basis: As previously, for adjusted revenue to increase by a percentage rate in the mid-single digits compared to 2013 revenue restated for IFRS 11 (at an estimated average rate of USD 1.30 to the Euro). If the average EUR/USD spot rate of 1.37 were to remain throughout 2014 the mid-single digit growth objective for adjusted revenue would remain achievable, the positive effect of the improving hedge rate partially offsetting the adverse translation effect. Adjusted recurring operating income to increase a percentage approaching the mid-teens (previously low double digits) compared to 2013 recurring operating income restated for IFRS 11 (at a hedged rate of USD 1.26 to the Euro). The hedging policy isolates adjusted recurring operating income from current EUR/USD variations except for the part generated in USD by activities located in the US, subject to the translation effect when converted into Euro. Free cash flow representing 35% of adjusted recurring operating income remains achievable (previously close to 40%) on the basis of updated assumptions for higher recurring operating income, increased self-funded R&D and tangible capex, an element of uncertainty being the amount of advance payments and the rhythm of payments by state-clients in the second half. Currency Hedges Safran now expects annual net USD exposure for 2015-17 to range between USD 6.2 billion and USD 6.5 billion due to strong growth of businesses with exposed USD-denominated revenues. 2014: Hedging is finalised at a hedged rate of USD 1.26. 2015: Hedging is almost completed at a hedged rate of USD 1.25. Accumulators are in place to hedge the additional exposure. 2016: Exposure of USD 5.0 billion is hedged at a rate of USD 1.25 (including knock out option strategies). Hedging of an additional USD 1 billion will be added through accumulators as long as €/$Targeted hedged rates are as follows: 2014: USD 1.26 to the Euro 2015-17: USD 1.25 to the Euro. Business commentary Aerospace Propulsion First-half 2014 revenue, at Euro 3,763 million, grew by 2.5% compared to the year-ago period revenue of Euro 3,671 million, or 2.3% on an organic basis. The increase in revenue was primarily driven by strong growth in services, particularly for both high-thrust engines and CFM56. Increased volume and better mix drove civil original equipment sales modestly higher, whereas military OE dropped slightly. Sales from helicopter engine deliveries were down by a percentage in the mid-teens as the delays incurred in the first quarter were only partially resorbed. In the first-half 2014, civil aftermarket grew by 9.4% in USD terms, driven by first overhauls of recent CFM56 and GE90 engines. Individual quarters can include significant variations induced by comparison bases and variability in airline behaviour. The additional contribution of the RTM322 programme and the gradual recovery of EC225 support activities contributed to helicopter support revenue growth. Military engines aftermarket was flat. Thus, overall service revenue in Aerospace Propulsion grew by 7.1% in Euro terms and represents a 49.5% share of revenue. First-half 2014 recurring operating income, at 19.8% of revenue, was Euro 745 million, up 18.1% compared to Euro 631 million (17.2% of revenue) in the year-ago period. This improvement reflects the favourable trends in civil aftermarket and the ramp-up of the helicopter turbine support activity. It also reflects the positive contribution from higher volume and improved mix of civil engines original equipment. Currency hedging had a positive impact on profitability. Aircraft Equipment The Aircraft Equipment segment reported first-half 2014 revenue of Euro 2,137 million, up 9.9% (11.6% on an organic basis), compared to the year-ago period. The 2-month contribution of the power systems business acquired from Eaton was not significant in the first half 2014. The increase in revenue was primarily attributable to higher OE deliveries on Boeing 787 (landing gear and wiring systems), large nacelles (A380, A330) and nacelles for regional jets. 57 nacelles for A380 were delivered in the first half, compared to 52 in the year-ago period. Compared to first half 2013, service revenue grew by 6.3%, driven by carbon brakes and nacelles aftermarket. First-half 2014 recurring operating income, at 9.5% of revenue, was Euro 202 million, up 16.1% compared to Euro 174 million (8.9% of revenue) in the year-ago period. This improvement was driven by a favourable volume on electrical harnesses, notably the Boeing 787 programme. Increased volume and productivity gains boosted the profitability of the nacelles activity. The carbon brake business continued to produce high returns, as a result of a larger installed base and continued air traffic growth. Currency hedging had a positive impact on profitability Defence First-half 2014 revenue was up 3.2% at Euro 584 million, or 3.4% on an organic basis, compared to the year-ago period. The 2-month contribution of the cockpit integration business acquired from Eaton was not significant in the first half 2014. Revenue growth was once again driven by solid increase in the avionics activity, notably in navigation activities. Optronics revenues were stable in the first half, despite a sharp decline in the first quarter. FELIN infantry soldier equipment was delivered to two new regiments of the French Army, at the same rhythm as last year. Safran Electronics benefitted from the increasing activity linked to navigation equipment. First-half 2014 recurring operating income, at 7.5% of revenue, was Euro 44 million a decrease of (2.2)% compared to Euro 45 million (8% of revenue) in first-half 2013 as the favourable effects of higher volume and better mix almost offset higher R&D expenses which preserve the technological edge, in a context of budgetary constraints. Avionics and Optronics maintained satisfactory levels of profitability thanks to favourable volume in navigation equipment as well as maintenance and upgrade activity on French Army FELIN equipment. The on-board electronics activity (Safran Electronics) maintained its operating breakeven level. Security The Security activity reported first-half 2014 revenue of Euro 722 million, slightly down (0.3)% compared to the year-ago period. On an organic basis, it was up 5% driven by strong growth of the US Federal activity at MorphoTrust and of Government Solutions, particularly in Chile. The Detection business showed satisfactory growth in the first half. The Business Solutions activity reported a mixed performance in both banking and telecom markets. The strong increase in shipment volume was largely offset by competitive pressure on prices. First-half 2014 recurring operating income was stable at Euro 65 million (9.0% of revenue) compared to Euro 65 million (9.0% of revenue) in first-half 2013. Organic growth of recurring operating income in all divisions, achieved principally through cost reductions, was offset by a negative impact of currency variations, principally CLP, BRL, INR. AGENDA Q3 2014 revenue October 23, 2014 *** Safran will host today a conference call open to analysts, investors and media at 8:30 am CET which can be accessed at +33 1 70 77 09 46 from France, +44 203 367 9453 from the UK and +1 866 907 5928 from the US. A replay will be available at +33 1 72 00 15 00, +44 203 367 9460 and +1 877 642 3018 (access code 288361#). The press release, presentation and consolidated financial statements are available on the website at www.safran-group.com. *** Key figures __ The 2013 financial statements have been restated to reflect the changes induced by IFRS 11. Notes [1] Adjusted data To reflect the Group’s actual economic performance and enable it to be monitored and benchmarked against competitors, Safran prepares an adjusted income statement alongside its consolidated financial statements. Safran’s consolidated income statement has been adjusted for the impact of: purchase price allocations with respect to business combinations. Since 2005, this restatement concerns the amortization charged against intangible assets relating to aircraft programmes revalued at the time of the Sagem-Snecma merger. With effect from the first-half 2010 interim financial statements, the Group has decided to restate the impact of purchase price allocations for business combinations. In particular, this concerns the amortization of intangible assets recognized at the time of the acquisition, and amortized over extended periods, due to the length of the Group’s business cycles, along with the gain resulting from the remeasurement of the Group’s previously held interests in a business combination achieved in stages. the mark-to-market of foreign currency derivatives, in order to better reflect the economic substance of the Group’s overall foreign currency risk hedging strategy: _ _ - revenue net of purchases denominated in foreign currencies is measured using the effective hedged rate, i.e., including the costs of the hedging strategy, _ - all mark-to-market changes on foreign currency derivatives hedging future cash flows are neutralized. H1 2014 reconciliation between consolidated income statement and adjusted consolidated income statement: _ _ Readers are reminded that only the consolidated financial statements are reviewed by the Group’s statutory auditors. The consolidated financial statements include revenue and operating profit indicators set out in the adjusted data in Note 5, “Segment information” of the half-year consolidated financial statements. _ Adjusted financial data other than the data provided in Note 5, “Segment information” of the consolidated financial statements, are subject to verification procedures applicable to all of the information provided in the half-year financial report. _ [2] Recurring operating income In order to better reflect the current economic performance, this subtotal named “recurring operating income” excludes income and expenses which are largely unpredictable because of their unusual, infrequent and/or material nature such as: impairment losses/reversals, capital gains/losses on disposals of operations and other unusual and/or material non operational items. [3] Civil aftermarket (expressed in USD) _ This non-accounting indicator (non-audited) comprises spares and MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul) revenue for all civil aircraft engines for Snecma and its subsidiaries and reflects the Group’s performance in civil aircraft engines aftermarket compared to the market. *** Safran is a leading international high-technology group with three core businesses: Aerospace (propulsion and equipment), Defence and Security. Operating worldwide, the Group has 66,300 employees and generated sales of 14.4 billion euros* in 2013. Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core markets. The Group invests heavily in Research & Development to meet the requirements of changing markets, including expenditures of 1.8 billion euros* in 2013. Safran is listed on Euronext Paris and is part of the CAC40 index. *Restated for the impact of IFRS11 For more information, www.safran-group.com / Follow @SAFRAN on Twitter *** Disclaimer The forecasts and forward-looking statements described in this press release are based on the data, assumptions and estimates considered as reasonable by the Group as at the date of this press release. These data, assumptions and estimates may evolve or change as a result of uncertainties related in particular to the economic, financial, competitive, tax or regulatory environment. The occurrence of one or more of the risks described in the registration document (document de référence) and may also have an impact on the business, financial position, results and prospects of the Group and thus affect its ability to achieve such forecasts and forward-looking statements. The Group therefore neither makes any commitment, nor provides any assurance as to the achievement of the forecasts and forward-looking statements described in this press release.
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    2014.07.23 | | 中国东方航空公司选择梅西埃公司作为供应商

    法国维利兹, 2014年7月23日 中国东方航空公司选择梅西埃公司(赛峰集团)为其提供维护、修理和大修(MRO)服务,并分别为其A330和A320机队提供飞机机轮和刹车系统。 MRO协议规定了20架A330飞机的起落架大修、租赁及标准交换服务细则。大修工作将于2015年至2018年期间,在梅西埃公司新加坡MRO工厂进行。早在2013年,梅西埃公司就被选中成为东方航空A340-600机队起落架MRO服务供应商,此后,还签订了A320系列扩展合同,为另外12架A320和4架A321飞机提供服务。 此外,东方航空公司还指定梅西埃公司为其整个A320机队的165架飞机提供机轮和碳刹车。 梅西埃公司已为中国市场供应机轮和碳刹车达25年之久,而东方航空公司正是其首批客户,梅西埃公司通过为其A300和A310双通道宽体机供应配件进入中国市场。 梅西埃公司董事长兼首席执行官,Vincent Mascré先生表示:“在过去25年的合作基础上,我们对此次的双向选择深感欣慰,并期待为我们合作最悠久的中国客户的成长和发展提供更多的支持。” 中国东方航空公司副总经理,冯亮先生补充道:“多年来,梅西埃公司一直向我们提供MRO服务及机轮和刹车装置,对于其产品与服务的品质和可靠性我们给予高度评价。鉴于该公司一直以来的卓越表现,我们决定再次选择梅西埃公司为A330和A320机队贡献专业力量。” 这两项合同进一步巩固了梅西埃公司在全球空客起落架MRO市场以及A320机轮与刹车装置市场的领导地位。梅西埃公司通过为各产品系列提供补充解决方案,满足了各空客运营商的定制需要。 梅西埃公司(赛峰)是世界领先的飞机起落架及刹车系统供应商。公司的业务涵盖产品的全部生命周期,范围涉及设计、生产、服务支持、维修及大修等各个方面。 梅西埃公司与30家领先的商用、军用、公务机及支线飞机制造商合作,每天为超过24,000架飞机的40,000多次着陆提供支持。梅西埃公司在欧洲、亚洲和北美共拥有7,000名雇员。

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