Air Maintenance Estonia plans to add Airbus A320 base maintenance services in September 2011, when it finishes constructing a new, two-bay narrowbody hangar at the Tallinn Airport, says Lars-Olof Bolinder, the MRO’s managing director and CEO. Besides building the new hangar, the design work of which is proceeding, “Provisioning for tools and equipment is under work, and offers are being evaluated,” says Bolinder. Air Maintenance Estonia plans to start its first A320 maintenance ...
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