Yet to zero in on MRO location in Nagpur: Boeing

The row over Boeing demanding 80 acres of land for its $100 million maintenance, repair and overhaul base (MRO) in the proposed special economic zone (SEZ) here and the Maharashtra Airport Development Company (MADC) questioning the requirement, has ended with Boeing saying that it has not yet made any specific request to the MADC.

Vice-president of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Dinesh Keskar, denied any controversy and said Boeing was yet to decide on where to locate the project at Nagpur.

Vice-chairman and managing director of MADC, R C Sinha had, during an interaction with the media here recently, expressed surprise over Boeing wanting 80 acres of land when similar facilities elsewhere in the world were being operated on 35 to 40 acres.

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One Response to “Yet to zero in on MRO location in Nagpur: Boeing”

  1. epsilon Says:

    Dear sir,

    I have completed my Aircraft Maintenance Engineering [Mechanical Stream] and I have undergone practical training of 1 & 1/2 yrs with AIR INDIA LTD,MUMBAI on Boeing B747-200,-300,-400 & airbus -310,300& B737-800.And 6 months on Robinson R-44 & King air C-90 from IMFA Aviation Division, Bhubaneswar.i was working as an instructor in HAE, Pune. So please guide me to join your MRO TEAM in INDIA.

    I have cleared DGCA PAPER 1 , 2 & 3 (HA& CT)

    I am awaiting for your Reply.
    with regards

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