SECA Provides Engine Repair & Overhaul Support to Vietnam Airlines

Gonesse, France: Vietnam Airlines (VNA), the vietnamese national air carrier, and EADS
SECA have entered into a Time & Material agreement for the maintenance of the PW127M
engines fitted on VNA’s ATR-72 aircraft.

VNA has chosen SECA’s support for its ATR-72 engines maintenance, repair and overhaul.
Thanks to this support, VNA will ensure the best possible utilisation of its aircraft and
maximise the profitability of its ATR fleet. SECA will also contribute to VNA’s highest level of
quality and services in terms of engine maintenance.

“SECA is very proud of VNA’s confidence and selection of SECA as their service partner
and we look forward toward applying our long-standing expertise in aircraft engine
maintenance and world class customer support toward the benefit of VNA. We are
committed to support VNA with the highest standards of quality and service and therefore
contribute to VNA’s high level of service.” says Fabrice DUMAS, Chief Executive Officer
Vietnam Airlines was established in 1956 and has since grown to be one of the main carriers in South East Asia. Operating notably 14 ATR 72 and a large fleet of Airbus aircraft, Vietnam Airlines flies from its 2 hubs (Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi) to a large network of domestic, regional and international destinations.

About SECA

Conveniently located between Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Le Bourget airports,
SECA is an industry-proven leader in aero-engine MRO for both the international business
and regional aviation market. SECA is licensed by Pratt &Whitney Canada and Honeywell to
perform repair and overhaul on selected turboprop and turbofan engine models. With its
Mobile Repair team and network of Field Representatives, SECA is commited to provides the most efficient solutions and support to operators. SECA is a Vector Aerospace company.

For more information on SECA’s diverse engine repair and overhaul capabilities, visit

About Vector Aerospace Corporation

Vector is a global independent provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul
services. Through facilities in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Africa
and Australia it provides services to commercial and military customers for various types of
gas turbine engines, components and helicopter airframes.

Principal operations include Vector Aerospace Engine Services-Atlantic; Vector Aerospace
Engine Services-UK; Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services-North America; SECA, A Vector
Aerospace Company; Vector Aerospace International Limited and Pathix ASP. Vector also
provides information technology solutions to an international customer base.
Vector employs approximately 2,800 employees.

A comprehensive overview of Vector’s capabilities can be viewed at