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|Founded||23 November 1950|
|Hong Kong, United States, China, Singapore|
|Chairman: Merlin Swire, CEO: Frank Walschot|
|Services||Airframe maintenance, line maintenance, engine overhaul, component and avionics overhaul, inventory and fleet technical management|
|Revenue||HK$14,546 million (2017)|
|-HK$209 million (2017)|
|HK$14,035 million (2017)|
|HK$7,185 million (2017)|
Number of employees
|Parent||Swire Pacific Limited|
|Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited|
Its primary activities are aircraft maintenance and modification work in Hong Kong (by HAECO Hong Kong), in Xiamen (by HAECO Xiamen) and in the USA (by HAECO Americas). In 2017, it performed 9.3 million manhours of airframe maintenance in Hong Kong, Mainland China and the USA.
In 1950, Pacific Air Maintenance and Supply Company merged with Jardine Air Maintenance Company to form Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company ("HAECO").
In February 2014, HAECO acquired TIMCO Aviation Services based in Greensboro, North Carolina, one of the largest independent commercial jet MRO service providers in the world, for $388.8 million through a stock purchase agreement. The acquisition provided HAECO with new access to the North American market and expanded the company's narrow body and regional aircraft service offerings. Initially TIMCO kept its name and management as a wholly owned subsidiary of HAECO, but it was ultimately rebranded as HAECO Americas in October 2014.
By 2014, HAECO's expansive portfolio of aircraft engineering and maintenance businesses had grown to 18 individually branded subsidiaries and joint venture companies. To help stakeholders better understand the group company's capabilities, HAECO launched a new, singular corporate identity to rebrand all of its subsidiaries and joint ventures under its name of HAECO. The rebrand also included a new logo to be used on HAECO hangars and uniforms worldwide.
In 2018, HAECO became a wholly owned subsidiary of Swire Pacific by way of having its minority shareholders' stakes bought out for $382 million. Prior to privatization, Swire Pacific had owned approximately 75% of the shares in HAECO.
Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co. Ltd. (HAECO Group) 80 South Perimeter Road Hong Kong International Airport Lantau, Hong Kong