2018 AviAsian Conference Sponsors
The Association of Aerospace Industries (Singapore) or AAIS, is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2003, to promote the development of Singapore as a leading aerospace hub.
AAIS represents companies involved in aerospace maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), manufacturing, parts distribution, research & development, training and education, and services. It serves as the voice of industry to influence future directions and policies, engenders the development of the aerospace community and facilitates business development
HAITE is an integrated aerospace group providing solutions and services in the aviation training, engineering, leasing, microelectronics and manufacturing sectors. Headquartered in Sichuan, the Group asset is RMB20 Billion. The business arm of Haite, the Sichuan Haite High-Tech Co. Ltd. is a component stock of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in China. Haite has about 2,000 employees worldwide, and 48 subsidiaries and associated companies in China and the Asia Pacific.
Haite Aviation Safety, the training arm of Sichuan Haite High-Tech, provides aviation training solutions and services in the business areas of flight crew training and flight simulator manufacturing. Haite has over 15 years’ experience in pilot training. The training centers are in Kunming, Tianjin and Singapore operating a total of 10 full flight simulators (FFS) with an order for 4 additional FFS to be delivered by 2020. The simulator fleet includes an EC135 FFS. The Singapore company, Aviation Safety and Training Pte. Ltd., has a 7-Bay facility. It currently operates a B737NG and an Airbus 320. The third and fourth FFS, an Airbus 320neo and a B737max will be delivered in Dec 2018 and Sep 2019 respectively
The Singapore Aviation Academy (SAA), established in 1958, is the internationally-recognised training arm of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. It offers a wide range of operational and management programmes that benchmark international standards and best practices to meet the training needs of the global aviation community. SAA is an ICAO Regional Training Centre of Excellence, ICAO Aviation Security Training Centre, ICAO-endorsed Government Safety Inspector Training Centre and ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS Full Member.
Through its four specialised schools - School of Aviation Management, School of Aviation Safety & Security, School of Air Traffic Services and School of Airport Emergency Services - SAA has trained over 110,000 participants from 200 countries and territories since 1958.
By consistently staying ahead of developments taking place in international civil aviation, SAA is able to develop new programmes not readily available elsewhere. SAA also offers degree and graduate diploma programmes through alliances with reputable national and overseas academic institutions.
The Academy provides a forum for information sharing and networking amongst the managers and specialists in the international civil aviation community, by organising workshops, conferences and seminars regularly. It also hosts numerous international meetings and conferences organised by international organisations such as ICAO, APEC and ACI.