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Air Asia Company Ltd
No.1050 Jichang Rd.
Rende District
Tainan City 71755
TAIWAN
Tel.: +886 6 268 1911
Fax:+886 6 269 8228
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.airasia.com.tw
Contact:
Vice President Operations: Jhong-Lin Li
Vice President Maintenance: Gao-En Jhao
Director of Sales & Marketing: Anthony Tsui [email protected] +886 6 268 4810
MRO categories:
  • Base maintenance
  • Engine maintenance
  • Component maintenance and repair
Services & capabilities:
Airframe:
  • A / B / C / D checks
  • Airworthiness Directives (ADs)
  • Service Bulletins (SBs)
  • CPCP / SSID
  • Structure damage repair
  • Airframe modification and retrofit
Airbus A318 / A319 / A320 / A321 Series
Boeing B727 Series / B737 Series / MD-80 Series
Hawker Beechcraft TC90 / KA 200 / KA 300 / KA 350 / B-1900 Series
Fokker FK-50
Bombardier DASH 8 Q100 / Q200 / Q300 / Q400
Cessna 208B Grand Caravan

Engine Repair and Overhaul:
AACL's Engine Shop is able to perform the tasks from complete disassemble to small pieces of parts, in-house repair, engine reassembly and engine testing at maximum thrust.
AACL's Engine Shop is authorized by Honeywell and Rolls Royce as the Authorized Service Center.

Honeywell T-53-13B / T-53-L-13B / T-53-L-701
Rolls Royce M250-C20 series / M250-C30R
PWC PT6A-25A / PT6A-65B
Approvals:
  • Taiwan CAA
  • US FAA
  • Philippines CAA
  • Indonesia DGCA
  • Thailand DCA
  • Japan JCAB
  • Russia CCA
  • Bermuda DCA
  • Cayman Islands CAA
  • Korea BRAA
  • Vietnam CAA
  • China CAA
Locations:
  • TNN

Company:
Air Asia Company Limited (AACL) was established in 1955 by Gen. Claire Chennault, a former U.S. volunteer aviation commander who was well known by famous "Flying Tiger" during World War II.

In 1994, AACL officially become a subsidiary of Taiwan Aerospace Corporation (TAC) as the only Taiwan-based professional MRO with rich experiences, standard facilities and equipment, and well-skilled workforces and competitive prices in servicing both commercial and military aircraft in the Asia Pacific region.