Rolls opens KL service hub

Rolls-Royce has opened its first purpose-built field services hub for Malaysia, situated in the main terminal building in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

4th May 2012


Rolls-Royce has opened its first purpose-built field services hub for Malaysia, situated in the main terminal building in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

It will support the company’s growing civil aerospace customer base in South East Asia.  The new facility will feature the latest IT infrastructure, providing integration with the Rolls-Royce Civil Aerospace Operations Centre in the UK.

"The hub will provide a high level of support for Rolls-Royce airline customers including Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia X," says the engine manufacturer.

Mark McGuinness, Rolls-Royce, chief service representative – civil aerospace, said: “This new state-of-the-art facility demonstrates the Group’s commitment to our customers in south-east Asia. It is an investment in our ability to deliver customers such as Air-Asia and Malaysia Airlines with excellent service support. The facility will be the focal point of all our civil large-engine support in Malaysia and will play an important role in the surrounding region.”
 

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