AIR INDIA AND BOEING TO PARTNER IN MRO PROJECT DESIGN

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By admin October 25, 2010 13:53

AIR INDIA AND BOEING TO PARTNER IN MRO PROJECT DESIGN

Boeing and Air India, who are setting up a joint venture multi-million MRO facility at the upcoming Special Economic Zone near Nagpur, are expected to submit the final project design to authorities soon.

Once the design is finalised, it will be submitted to the Maharashtra Airport Development Company for approval.

MADC vice-chairman and managing director, R C Sinha, said that “construction work is expected to start within this calender year”.

The MRO facility forms part of the industrial offset agreement between Air India and Boeing following an order for 68 Boeing aircraft including 27 787s. The MRO hangar will be used for major maintenance of the Boeing-777 and 787 fleet of the National Aviation Company of India (NACIL), parent of Air India.

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