In order to help operators cope with traffic fluctuations generated by the Covid crisis, Airbus has made its flight hour maintenance services more flexible with new, short term options such as “component on demand” and the transitory maintenance “paid by the event”.

These adapted solutions have already attracted a number of airlines in Europe, the Middle East, the Americas and in Asia, to accompany their progressive traffic restart. Two more airlines based in APAC have also signed up for them at this year’s Singapore Airshow.

Our smart upgrade solutions for easier pax to freighter conversion and optimised cabin reconfigurations are another way to adjust to market conditions, as Philippine Airlines and Qantas chose to do. 

We are also preparing full long-haul flight recovery with increased pilot training capacity thanks to the fourth A350 flight simulator just installed in our Singapore Training centre. With this new simulator, the centre will offer more A350 simulator capacity than any other training centre in the world. 

Singapore Airshow 2022 has confirmed the relevance of adapted services to meet evolving market conditions and best support our customers.


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