Kazakhstan’s national carrier, Air Astana, has taken steps toward expanding its maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) business with the long-term objective of being less dependent on outside MRO providers. The carrier says it has opened a facility “equipped to handle non-destructive testing and repairs to wheels, batteries and aircraft structures. Air Astana’s investment in the facility will save it over $1 million in the first year, as it becomes independent of foreign maintenance ...

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