Business News from Sri Lanka: State-run SriLankan Airlines said that its engineering unit had become a client for Air Seychelles. In its freshly upgraded A320/A321 hangar at its Maintenance-Repair-Organization unit, SriLankan Engineering conducted an’ A Check’ on the first Air Seychelles Airbus A320 airplane.
“SriLankan made a major investment in upgrading our MRO equipment at BIA (Bandaranaike International Airport),” said Vipula Gunatilleka, Chief Executive Officer of SriLankan Airlines in a declaration. “Coupled with the skills and experience of our SriLankan Engineering employees and EASA worldwide certification, we are confident that our MRO arm will make an important contribution.
SriLankan Engineering also has approvals from Seychelles, Singapore, China, India, Qatar, UAE and Bahrain national aviation authorities for maintenance of aircraft.
It also has a license to certify aircraft operating at Maldives ‘ BIA and Male International Airport. At Colombo and Male Airports, SriLankan Engineering offers B777, B737NG, B 787, A350 line certification.