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Air Works may bag Tata-SIA MRO contract

Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture, which is working on to launch a full-service carrier in the third quarter of the fiscal, is in advanced stage of discussions with aircraft maintenance services provider, Air Works for servicing its fleet. Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture, which is wRead More

MAS GMR venture forays into aircraft line maintenance

MAS GMR Aero Technic Ltd (MGAT) has forayed into the aircraft line maintenance business, inking its first contract with British Airways to provide the service for its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. The firm, a joint venture between Malaysian Aerospace Engineering and GMR Hyderabad InterRead More

Pratt & Whitney (P&W) to develop engine training centre at Hyderabad

Pratt & Whitney (P&W) plans to set up an engine training centre at Hyderabad airport to train aircraft engineers and technicians on current and new engine models. The Hyderabad training facility will be Pratt & Whitney’s third such centre in the world and will be operational earRead More

MRO potential remains a promise not fulfilled

Air Works India (Engineering) Pvt Ltd, an indigenous provider of aircraft maintainable services, posted a net loss of Rs 21.9 crore last year on rising operating expenses and finance costs. Vivek N Gour, CEO, Air Works India, tells FE’s Rhik Kundu that though the aircraft maintenance repairRead More

Change in Policy Gives Fillip to MRO Industry

Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) industry will now be considered as part of the sub-sector of airport in the transport sector infrastructure for the purpose of External Commercial Borrowings (ECBs) in accordance with a policy change announced by RBI Circular No. 85 dated January 6, 2014. CoRead More

Boeing's Nagpur MRO facility to be operational this year - Aero Show 2013

Boeing has said that its maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility in Nagpur would be operational by the end of 2013. Speaking at a press conference at Aero India 2013, Dinesh Keskar, sales head for APAC and India at Boeing, said, "Ninety percent of the construction is complete andRead More

More demand for MD-80SF than 737-400SF Says Aeronautical Engineers

Florida's Aeronautical Engineers (AEI) modification specialist predicts more conversions of the yet to be FAA certified 12-pallet Boeing MD-80SF than the 737-400 model.   The company forecasts 12 to 15 MD-80 conversions next year, according to Robert Convey AEI's vice-presideRead More

MRO growth in China

  As the construction of a 60,000m² (646,000ft²) second hangar continues, Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Co (GAMECO) is already planning a third. The maintenance, repair and overhaul firm, based at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, has even set aside landRead More

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