Dallas Airmotive Asia Pacific Marks a Year of Progress
Dallas Airmotive Asia Pacific, based at Singapore’s Seletar Airport, is marking its first year of operation by highlighting several milestones achieved since its opening in February 2012.
The highlights include the company’s receipt of authorizations from CAAS/Singapore, CAAP/Philippines, DGCA/Indonesia, DCA/Thailand and DCA/Malaysia. Authorizations from India, China, and EASA are in progress and may be approved during the Expo, according to the company.
“We’ve made great strides in obtaining necessary authorizations from countries and aviation authorities in the region,” said Doug Meador, president of Grapevine, Texas-based Dallas Airmotive. “Our Singapore facility fits perfectly with our long-term goals of providing local solutions wherever in the world there is a significant element of turbine powered business aircraft.”
Here at ABACE 2013, the company is exhibiting with parent company BBA Aviation (Booth H518) and is actively looking to learn more about possible partners in China.