Engine Services

As one of the world's most trusted aircraft engine specialists, the HAECO Group provides repair, overhaul and testing services for Rolls-Royce RB211-524 and the Trent family of engines from its facilities in Hong Kong and GE-Aviation GE90 engines from its facilities at the Xiamen airport. Benefiting from state-of-the-art facilities and technical support from OEMs, HAECO offers timely, reliable and cost-effective services, keeping operational disruptions to a minimum for its airline customers.

Rolls-Royce Engines

Hong Kong Aero Engine Services Ltd. (HAESL) is Asia’s leading overhaul facility for RB211 and Trent 500, 700 and 800 engines. It offers complete repair and overhaul for this range of engines as well as repair services for individual engine components. It has the largest range of capability for component repair within the Rolls-Royce network of engine overhaul shops. HAESL’s engine testing facility is capable of testing engines generating up to 130,000 pounds of thrust, specialising in the repair and overhaul of strategic engine components such as turbine blades and fan blades. It also has the most Rolls-Royce accredited “Centre of Excellence” recognition. Other value-added services include ‘on-wing support’ provided by highly skilled and dedicated teams that can perform the required inspection and repair work on-site anywhere in the world.

GE-Aviation Engines

Taikoo Engine Services (Xiamen) Co. Ltd. (TEXL) specialises in the repair, overhaul and testing of GE90-110/115B engines and is a licensed GE90 Centre of Excellence, GE90 authorised service provider and the sole holder of a GE90 GE Branded Service Agreement in Asia. TEXL’s engine testing facility is capable of testing engines up to 150,000 pounds of thrust. The Company's key capabilities include performance restoration, quick turn shop visits, as well as module and component repair services.

Airworthiness Approvals

HAESL and TEXL have both acquired approvals from the CAAC, DCA-T, EASA and FAA. Moreover, HAESL has also obtained airworthiness approvals from an array of other authorities around the world, including but not limited to CAAS, HKCAD and TCCA. HAESL and TEXL maintain ISO 9001:2000 quality accreditation for process control, and many major national aviation authorities have formally approved the quality standards of their operation procedures.