SriLankan Engineering has strengthened its reputation for excellence and customer-friendliness among airlines in the region with the launch of its new website www.srilankan.aero/mro.
SriLankan's Acting Head of Engineering Priyantha Rose said: "Our new website has been designed to provide existing and prospective clients with detailed information on our products and services, and to also provide rapid responses to their queries. We have already had some excellent reviews on the website from customer airlines and we intend to improve the site further."
SriLankan Engineering has positioned itself as an MRO of choice with its competitive rates, high level of expertise, and on-time completion of projects. It is accredited by the prestigious European Aviation Safety Agency, the General Civil Aviation Authority of the United Arab Emirates, the Civil Aviation Authority of Qatar, the Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan, and the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka.
The aircraft Maintenance-Repair-Overhaul (MRO) arm of SriLankan Airlines, SriLankan Engineering recently carried out major projects for a number of new airline customers in South Asia, including the large Indian carriers GoAir and IndiGo, and has a longstanding customer in Pakistan 's Airblue. It also handles all the work on the SriLankan Airlines fleet.
SriLankan Engineering's facilities at Bandaranaike International Airport have been much modernized in recent years, and several new programmes are ongoing to increase its capabilities further.
Products and services, including aircraft maintenance services; maintenance support and aircraft component repair services; aircraft engineering tools and spares are available; and training for aircraft engineers and technicians of other airlines.
The website, which was designed in-house at SriLankan Airlines, also includes the history of SriLankan Engineering and the certifications it holds from various authorities. It also contains informative photographs of SriLankan Engineering's hangars, workshops, technical training school, and other facilities.
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