maintenance subsidiary of Air India, Air India Engineering Services Limited
(AIESL), announced its partnership with the upcoming MRO South Asia Summit 2020
to be held on 6-7 February in Delhi.
Asia Summit 2020
MRO summit, organised by The STAT Trade Times, will witness the presence of
ministry officials, regulators, OEMs, MROs, airlines and many more from across
the globe to discuss the safety aspects of aerospace MRO industry.
With Air India business moving out, AIESL
will have to compete harder in the market.
about the upcoming disinvestment of Air India, HR Jagannath, CEO, AIESL said
“We are ready to brace the impact. Air India is the main customer for AIESL, so
if Air India gets privatised, they won't have any obligation to come to AIESL
for their maintenance. They are free to go to any third party MRO. AIESL is
very competitive in the MRO market, however with the rosy chunk of Air India
business moving out; AIESL will have to compete harder in the market.”
stressed the importance of developing India into a strong leasing hub for
He will be
speaking on the challenges grappling the Indian MRO industry in the upcoming
MRO South Asia Summit 2020 on the 6th and 7th February 2020.
Engineering Services Limited
the `biggest' MRO set up in India that can serve as a One-Stop-Shop for all
Engineering requirements. They provide Base Maintenance facilities at Mumbai,
Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram and Nagpur Airports. These
locations also have specialized overhaul shops and are equipped with the
necessary hangars, workshops, storage rooms and office buildings, in accordance
with national and international regulations and requirements. AIESL also provides
Line Maintenance Facilities at various Indian as well as International Stations
and offers exclusive maintenance services to third party customers.