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Hong Kong And Singapore Sign Aircraft Services Deal

by Mary Swire, Tax-News.com, Hong Kong

29 August 2008


The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department has signed a memorandum of understanding with its Singapore counterpart to expand mutual aircraft, engine and component maintenance.

Speaking in Singapore on the occasion of the signing on August 29, Director-General of Civil Aviation Norman Lo said mutual recognition reduces duplication of approvals and auditing activities, maximising the resource utilisation of both regulators and industry partners.

Mr Lo said the use of common airworthiness standards improves aircraft maintenance quality.

The pact allows Hong Kong maintenance organisations to service aircraft registered in Singapore without seeking additional approval from authorities there, while those in the city-state can maintain Hong Kong registered aircraft.


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