Air India’s MRO Ambitions

Air India is touting for third-party MRO work as part of its push to quadruple maintenance revenues in the next four years. The airline and Boeing’s joint venture MRO facility in Nagpur is due to begin operating in mid-2014; it will offer airframe and engine work for the 737, 777 and 787. Air India already has GoAir, Silk Air and Mihin Lanka signed up for services.

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