INDIA -- Even as India rolls out plans to set up MRO facilities, the lack of trained personnel to fill the requirements of growth sticks out like a sore thumb. India's airline fleet, which comprised 187 aircraft at the beginning of 2005, now stands at 336, according to Ascend's CASE database. With 445 aircraft on firm order, the number of aircraft in operation over the next five years is expected to exceed 500. With Jet Airways looking to set up a $60 million MRO facility in ...
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