ST Engineering MRAS played a prominent role at the Singapore Airshow this week, showcasing its expertise in designing, manufacturing, and supporting critical nacelle components.

The Singapore Airshow, which concludes on Sunday 25th February, is Asia’s most influential international aerospace and defense exhibition for stakeholders to forge strategic alliances, collaborate for change to shape the future of the global aviation industry. ST Engineering and its global network of subsidiaries can be found at the ST Engineering Pavilion during the show.

MRAS’s products were featured on several aircraft on display, including:


The COMAC C919 and Bombardier Global 7500 nacelles are delivered through the Nexcelle joint venture of ST Engineering’s MRAS and Safran Nacelles, further demonstrating MRAS’s collaborative approach and global reach. This joint venture between MRAS and Safran Nacelles brought the companies together to develop, produce and support integrated propulsion systems for jet engine applications on single-aisle jetliners and business aircraft.

The COMAC ARJ21 and C919 were not only on static display but also participated in the flying demonstration, offering a dynamic showcase of MRAS’s contributions to these impressive aircraft.

“We are incredibly proud to see so many of our products featured at the Singapore Airshow,” said Benjamin Parrington, Director Product Engineering at MRAS. “This is a testament to the dedication and expertise of our team. Their commitment to innovation and quality is evident in the performance and reliability of these aircraft components.”

The Singapore Airshow provided a valuable platform for MRAS to connect with industry leaders, showcase its capabilities, and solidify its position as a leading provider of advanced nacelle and aerostructure components.