Indian MROs Bemoan Bureaucratic Roadblocks

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The growing fleets of Indian carriers have potential to boost the country’s aftermarket—if costs do not drive them to outsource maintenance.

Credit: Pascal Pigeyre/Airbus
India has become a focal point of the global aviation industry, with Air India possibly ordering about 300 aircraft, providing a much-needed post-pandemic boost to airframer OEMs. What is missing, however, is any immediate benefit to the country’s MRO industry. “[At] the rate at which the Indian...

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