HAITE Group Opens Largest Independent Aviation Training Center in Singapore

By Staff Writer | April 21, 2015
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HAITE Aviation Training Singapore, a subsidiary of Sichuan Haite High-Tech Co. Ltd. of Chengdu, China has announced the opening of its 21,000 square meter training center in Changi Business Park. Known as HAITE Singapore, the facility will serve as a training hub for pilots and aviation crews, and expects to attract up to S$55 million in direct and indirect revenues per annum for the Singapore economy over the next five years.


The inauguration ceremony, Photo courtesy of HAITE Aviation Training Singapore

As HAITE Group’s first aviation training center outside of China, HAITE Singapore is the group’s international headquarters and also the first major investment by a Chinese aerospace company in Singapore. “The HAITE Group is always on the lookout for new ways to grow our business, said Mr. Li Biao, Chairman of HAITE Group. “Singapore was a strategic move to extend our international reach. We’ll continue to cultivate steady progress in the areas of aviation MRO, R&D and training, so as to provide our customers with excellent, well-rounded services and products that they’ve come to associate with HAITE.”



The new facility in Changi Business Park, Photo courtesy of HAITE Aviation Training Singapore

Alongside the unveiling of the facility, HAITE Singapore today reveals a new partnership with Baltic Aviation Academy (BAA), through which both parties will collaborate to offer a suite of dry and wet courses to commercial airlines in Southeast Asia. The cooperation with BAA complements HAITE Singapore’s existing training programs, and increases BAA’s presence in this region.

Valued at S$95.3 million, the six-story HAITE facility in Singapore is equipped with new, state-of-the-art training devices, including the Boeing B737-800W Series 7000 Full Flight Simulator, Airbus A320 Series 7000 Full Flight Simulator, and Airbus A320 Integrated Procedure Trainer (IPT). Apart from the currently-installed equipment, HAITE Singapore expects to expand its facility progressively over the next five years to its full seven-bay capacity, which would enable it to provide close to 50,000 hours of training per year.


HAITE Singapore will offer a variety of simulators, Photo courtesy of HAITE Aviation Training Singapore

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