2015
UNIVERSAL AERO SOLUTIONS
"NO ONE
HAS EVER
COLLIDED WITH
THE SKY"

"WITH A CORRECT
ATTITUDE  YOU CAN COMPENSATE 
FOR YOUR LACK
OF ALTITUDE"
"AVIATION IS THE
BRANCH OF ENGINEERING IS THAT LEAST FORGIVING OF MISTAKES"
DANIAL JP
FREEMAN DYSON
UNKNOWN

WELCOME TO UNIVERSAL AERO SOLUTIONS

UNIVERSAL AERO SOLUTIONS, IS A COMPANY THAT ACTIVELY PARTICIPATES IN MALAYSIAN AVIATION INDUSTRY RANGING FROM AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS AND PARTS SUPPLY, LEASING OF AIRCRAFT AND IT'S ENGINE, MANPOWER RESOURCES AND ALSO ACTS AS AN AVIATION CONSULTATION AGENCY.
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CONSULTATION SERVICE
CHECK PACKAGE MANAGEMENT
COLLABORATION AND DEVELOPMENT
WE PROVIDE CONSULTATIONS, RANGING FROM ESTABLISHING WORKSHOPS, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION AND AIRLINES IN ACCORDANCE WITH GUIDELINES THAT BEEN SETUP BY REGULATORY BODIES. WITH CUMULATIVE EXPERIENCE OF 211 YEARS OF OUR KEY TEAM PLAYERS IN AVIATION, WE THRIVE TO PROVIDE THE BEST OF SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. 
WITH VARYING AIRCRAFT CHECK INTERVAL, WE PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTION IN MANAGING A PARTICULAR CHECK PACKAGE.
REQUIRED CONSUMABLES AND ROTABLES WILL PRE MANAGED IN ORDER TO MEER OUR CUSTOMERS DEMAND IN TURNING AROUND THEIR AIRCRAFT IN SHORTEST POSSIBLE TIME.

AFFILIATION WITH REGIONAL PLAYERS IN AVIATION INDUSTRY,
HAD GATHERED US INVALUABLE EXPERTISE IN PROVIDING INSIGHTS THAT ARE PERTINENT TO AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND ENGINEERING. ABOVE ALL, OUR DEVELOPMENT TEAM MADE TO MEET CURRENT AND FUTURE TECH OF AVIATION.
SERVICES
ADD ON VALUES
WITH OUR 211 YEARS OF CUMULATIVE EXPERIENCE, EXPERTISE AND GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN, WE SUPPORT MANY DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF AVIATION INDUSTRY.

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

SPARES SOURCING AND PROCUREMENT
ASSET MANAGEMENT
REPAIR ADMINISTRATION
ENGINE AND AIRCRAFT LEASING
CONSULTATION SERVICES

PARTS SUPPORT AND SERVICE FOR VIRTUALLY ANY TYPE OF COMMERCIAL AND REGIONAL AIRCRAFT CAN BE PROVIDED BY US.

HEAVY MAINTENANCE CHECK PACKAGE MANAGEMENT UP TO 'C' CHECK FOR WIDE BODY AND NARROE BODY AIRCRAFT

ENGINE REPLACEMENT WITH LEASING

STRUTURAL MODIFICATION PLANNING

FULL AIRCRAFT TEARDOWN AND RECLAMATION

COMPLETE LOGISTICS SERVICE

ROTABLE SPARE MANAGEMENT

END OF LEASE PROJECT MANAGEMENT
AVIATION NEWS HIGHLIGHTS
  1. 9 MAR
    Two Years On, Search for MH370 Continues
    On the two-year anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, search teams in Australia continue to scour the Indian Ocean for the missing Boeing 777 as family members of the victims gather to mark the solemn date, which is still punctuated by many more questions than answers. In Beijing, some supporters held a protest near the Malaysian embassy, shouting slogans and demanding more information about what has escalated into one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history. A piece of wing found on Reunion Island last year confirmed presumptions that the airplane was lost somewhere in a vast expanse of the Indian Ocean. All 239 people aboard the Beijing-bound flight from Kuala Lumpur are presumed dead. A wreckage area of more than 10,000 square miles is now being scanned, a process expected to be completed by summer. Australian officials have said the search, estimated to have cost more than $130 million, will likely end then. Without the wreckage or the black boxes, investigators have been unable to determine what caused the crash. Lacking these vital clues, we may never know what happened to the doomed airliner.
  2. 24 MAR
    Debris Found in Mozambique ‘Highly Likely’ From MH370
    There is more conclusive evidence that the debris found on the coast of Mozambique earlier this month was likely from the missing Malaysian airliner MH370. During the past few days, the two items were analyzed by investigators from Australia and Malaysia who concluded that the debris is “highly likely” to have come from MH370, a statement from the Australian minister for infrastructure and transport, Darren Chester, said. “That such debris has been found on the east coast of Africa is consistent with drift modeling performed by CSIRO [Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation] and further affirms our search efforts in the southern Indian Ocean,” Chester said. The team is continuing its underwater search for the missing Boeing 777. Chester said there is still a 25,000-square-kilometer area to be searched. “We are focused on completing this task and remain hopeful the aircraft will be found,” he said.
  3. 29 MAR
    Boom Supersonic Passenger Aircraft Emerges
    There has been a lot of talk of supersonic airplanes of late, with Aerion developing a Mach 1.5 bizjet and NASA working on new technologies to make supersonic flight quieter. Now a new supersonic commercial passenger jet named Boom is emerging. The Denver-based team is targeting a top speed of Mach 2.2, Mach 0.2 faster than the Concorde, at a passenger price point similar to current business class airline tickets. The supersonic airplane is in the early stages of development, with a targeted first flight at the end of next year. Boom says the initial flight testing is scheduled to take place at the Centennial Airport (KAPA) while supersonic testing will be conducted at the Edwards Air Force Base in California. The team is led by Blake Scholl, a tech whiz who developed marketing automation for Amazon and started Kima Labs, a mobile technology company that was bought by Groupon. A private pilot, Scholl founded Boom along with software engineer and entrepreneur Josh Krall and Joe Wilding, who was the chief engineer of the Adam A700 jet and has been involved in the development of several other airplanes. The three co-founders have amassed a team of professionals with previous work experience at companies such as Pratt & Whitney, Gulfstream, Boeing, NASA, Scaled Composites and Icon. According to Fortune, Virgin is also involved in the project, having signed up for options for 10 Boom aircraft for Virgin Atlantic and offering help with the development and testing through Virgin Galactic. Fortune also reported that another unnamed airline has signed a letter of intent for 15 aircraft, bringing the total backlog to a booming $5 billion.
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