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Pratt & Whitney Canada and Thai Aerospace Industries signed
MoU Service Centre in Thailand
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) develop strong long-term partnership with key business in Thailand market co-Develop maintenance Repair Overhaul (MRO) engine service centre by Thai Aerospace Industries Co., Ltd, a subsidiary Asia Aerospace Group (HK) who leading MRO provide comprehensive products, services engines for the PT6A, PT6B, PT6C, PC6T and PW100 families for aircrafts and helicopters included that the Government of Thailand designed TAI as its prime contractor for support and maintenance engine in a frame a Performance-Based contract (PBC), P&WC agree to provide support to Thai Aerospace Industries (TAI) to perform organisational and intermediate level (respectably "O" and "I" level) maintenance activities and associate support on the engines operated by the Government of Thailand. The details of such support shall be discussed between Pratt & Whitney Canada and Thai Aerospace Industries with included depot level ("D" Level) Pay Per Hour (PpH) Maintenance Repair Overhaul (MRO), Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) and Project Management Office (PMO) with in-country technical and engineering support as when required to ensure engines fleet available as per Government of Thailand performance indicator.
Independent provide maintenance, repair and overhaul service to turbine aircraft and rotorcraft for the government agency in Thailand. We offer only OEM-Authorized service which means customer received in technical expertise, work performance to OEM standard and OEM approved parts.
P&WC chooser TAI
Co-Develop MRO Engine Service Centre in Thailand
TAI awards construction contract for new MRO
A joint venture led by (HICC) Hubei Industrial Construction Group construction has won a MOU to a $USD 1.5 billion (MRO) aircraft maintenance, repair and operation facility in Thailand.
Ceremony for TAI has sign a MOU number of new agreement for the construction and development Aerospace Industrial Complex Center.
AeroSync Engineering and Consulting & TAI Cooperation in Thailand
AeroSync - TAI has been the establishment of a long-term cooperative partnership, which is to combine mutual strengths to provide the support for Thailand and SEA clients and to jointly develop maintenance engineering and technician the business aviation.
TAI to provide EASA training collaboration with DVIATION
Thai Aerospace Industries is proud to announce their latest joint team collaboration agreement with Dviation Group to provide EASA Part 147 Basic courses and Type training at TAI's headquarter in Bangkok.
The initial program will be create to TAI's in house trainee opening for external candidates will be available.
TAI and Phranakorn Si Ayutthaya Rajaphat University in Partnership Cooperation on Non-Degree and Graduated Programme in Civil Aviation
Thai Aerospace Industries company (TAI) and Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon (RMUTP) concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the launch of an RMUTP degree and non-degree in Aviation Programme today. This landmark MOU outlines TAI' collaboration with an international established institute to develop premier aviation training and to offer the curriculum in Aircraft Engineering for such a need. Students who enroll in this program will greatly benefit from the rich academic strength of the program being offered by both institutions, this program special cooperative with Global MRO Alliance. The collaboration is a clear reflection of TAI and RMUTP's shared interest in promoting high-quality learning and developing human capital in civil aviation. The MOU was signed by Mr.Thanakrit Atswalongkorn, CEO, TAI and Assoc.Prof.Supatra Kosaiyakanont, President, RMUTP
TAI expanding its aviation training through a partner in USA
On October Ocala Aviation Services welcomed delegation from Thai Aerospace Industries company (TAI) that traveled to the USA for a reciprocal meeting to finalize the partnership on pilot training program. The inked contact will broaden Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon’s training capabilities and set the course for the FAA certification. TAI settled on FAA region and its aviation training standards. Two aviation training providers have discussed partnership possibilities up to the smallest detail and signing the agreements which state the cooperation on airplane and helicopter pilot training, aviation personnel qualification and consultancy services for the duration of FAA certification process.
TAI signs a MoU with BAA Training to establish Aviation Training EAEA standard
Thanakrit Atswalongkorn, CEO of Thai Aerospace Industries and Mr.Martynas Mazelka, BAA Training acting COO over the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to establish aviation training EASA standard approval, both companies have agreed to cooperate and engage mutual efforts and practices in order to develop joint training program for aviation professionals allowing enrolled students completing the training program to obtain a combined university degree awarding joint qualification of a pilot, ground handling and an aircraft engineer.
TAI and Phranakorn Si Ayutthaya Rajaphat University in Partnership Cooperation on Non-Degree and Graduated Programme in Aviation
Thai Aerospace Industries company (TAI) and Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajaphat University (ARU) concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the launch of an ARU degree and non-degree in Aviation Programme today. This landmark MOU outlines TAI' collaboration with an international established institute to develop premier aviation training and to offer the curriculum in Aircraft Engineering for such a need. Students who enroll in this program will greatly benefit from the rich academic strength of the program being offered by both institutions, this program special cooperative with Global MRO Alliance. The collaboration is a clear reflection of TAI and ARU's shared interest in promoting high-quality learning and developing human capital in civil aviation. The MOU was signed by Chirs Atswalongkorn Ph.D. CEO, TAI and Assoc.Prof.Dr.Chusit Pradubpet, President, ARU