Rapidly growing Indian maintenance, repair and overhaul shop Air Works is negotiating to build a widebody hangar at a major Indian airport, aiming initially at serving customers from India, nearby countries and perhaps Europe. A contract with one of the two airports under consideration should be signed by the end of the year, says Air Works CEO Vivek Gour. Construction of the hangar, with space for one widebody aircraft or two narrowbodies, will take nine to 10 months. Another ...
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