Aircraft Hangar Trivandrum

Air India (AI) aircraft maintenance base, a joint venture of the AI and the U.S. manufacturer Boeing, which has sprung up near the building of new international terminal of Thiruvananthapuram airport is all set for commissioning.

A trial run, made ​​last week using an Air India Express (AIE) aircraft hangar on the tarmac, through a parallel taxiway, was successful. Inventory needed to operate the database is being prepared, AI sources said.

The official commissioning of the base will be during the third or fourth week of September by the Union Minister for Civil Aviation Vayalar Ravi. Although the facility would be declared open to the public, it would be operational after a while, according to sources.


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basic function as a unit of aircraft maintenance-cum-training facility coming to Nagpur in Maharashtra. He will be responsible for maintenance on a daily Boeing 737-800 used by the IEA, the budget airline of AI. The base here can take up maintenance of two aircraft at a time.

IEA, which has 21 aircraft, will greatly benefit from the database. 21 of the aircraft, the company operates 18 an hour and three are in the hangar. With the new facility, the IEA will try to put 19 ​​planes into the 'line' and increase the average flying time to 12 hours (The average flying time every 24 hours from nine hours to 10.25 hours). This will help the airline to serve better and brochures to increase income generation.
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