The SriLankan Airlines’ Engineering Division, has launched a new website to spotlight SriLankan Engineering’s third-party Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) capabilities, in association with the airline’s Information Technology arm. According to a press statement by SriLankan Airlines, the website is set to be the modern digital interface of SriLankan Engineering’s aircraft maintenance services with simplified access to service-related information and ground slot reservations for customers, both current and prospective.
The statement goes on to say that the website is anticipated to open up new horizons for SriLankan Engineering as they aim to establish themselves as a highly reputable provider of aircraft maintenance services in the area and beyond.
SriLankan Airlines adds that the industry’s latest web development technology architecture was employed to design the SriLankan Engineering website, for a more interactive user experience with advanced features. Among the most attractive features, the new website includes information essential for decision making such as the spectrum of services on offer and SriLankan Engineering’s technical capabilities, accreditations and maintenance approvals from various national aviation agencies. Also, new customers can easily contact the SriLankan Engineering team via the website for more information, says the airline.
Officials add that SriLankan Engineering has been expanding its clientele steadily, adding five new customer contracts to the portfolio just last year with little promotion other than word of mouth. SriLankan Engineering has earned the trust of customer airlines from South Asia, the Middle East, and even as far away as East Africa to perform extensive maintenance work on their aircraft. In its aim to increase SriLankan Engineering’s global footprint, the website will play a central role in their commercial strategy to reach uncharted markets. Third-party maintenance carried out for foreign airlines brings in foreign currency to the airline, and a growth in MRO business will be an equally positive turn for the country, says the national airline of Sri Lanka.