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Singapore, Singapore, 2011/06/02 - AirAsia, Changi Airports International, Incheon International Airport, Northrop Grumman, Pratt & Whitney Canada and ST Aerospace among companies honoured.
Frost & Sullivan today honoured and recognized Aerospace & Defense’s best at the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defense Awards banquet held at the Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, Singapore.
The Awards seek to recognize the outstanding performance by companies in the Airlines, Airports, Manufacturing, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO), Aviation Training, Defense, General Aviation and Homeland Security segments of the Aerospace and Defense industry.
"We are extremely proud and happy to host the 4th annual awards in Singapore to celebrate best practices in the Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defense industry," said Mr. Subhranshu Sekhar Das, Director of Aerospace & Defense Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan. "Although the Aerospace & Defense industry has matured over the last hundred years, the industry is continuously evolving with innovative best practices."
"The recipients of the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defense Awards have clearly raised the bar of excellence a notch above others in their own market segments. The Asia Pacific region is expected to be one of the best performing regions in 2011 despite what is shaping as a turbulent year for the global aviation industry," he added.
Frost & Sullivan identifies the outstanding industry achievements in the past year by companies in the regional and global markets, through in-depth interviews, market analysis, performance measurements, and benchmarking of market participants to bring unique best practices to fore front.
Frost & Sullivan also celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year. Frost & Sullivan is proud to be among the top 25 companies with a history of over 50 years that participates in the Information and Consulting Industry worth US$366 billion globally
Saluting Aerospace & Defense’s Best
Frost & Sullivan congratulates all the recipients of the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defense Awards.
2011 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defense Awards Recipients
Category Award Recipient
Major Support Services
Flight Training Academy of the Year – Flight Training Adelaide
Airline IT Solutions Provider of the Year – Amadeus
Airport IT Solutions Provider of the Year – SITA
Aerospace Logistics Company of the Year – DHL
MRO Center of the Year – ST Aerospace
Engine OEM of the Year – Pratt & Whitney Canada
Airport Screening & Inspection Systems Provider of the Year – Smiths Detection
Airport Video Surveillance Systems Provider of the Year – Axis Communications
Military Communications Provider of the Year – Rockwell Collins
UAV Solutions Provider of the Year – Northrop Grumman
Space Research Organization of the Year – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Fixed Base Operator of the Year – Hawker Pacific
Air Navigation Service Provider of the Year – Airservices Australia
Airport Investment Company of the Year – Changi Airports International
Airport of the Year (Below 15 Million Passengers Annually) – Auckland Airport
Airport of the Year (Above 15 Million Passengers Annually) – Incheon International Airport
Value Airline of the Year – AirAsia
For more details on the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defense Awards log-on to frost-apac.com/aeroawards/.
The Association of Aerospace Industries Singapore (AAIS) is a Supporting Organization while Aerospace Singapore is a Supporting Media.
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