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India, the future Eldorado for MRO?

Romain Guillot
29/11/2018 | 567 words
India, the future Eldorado for MRO?
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With its commercial aircraft fleet set to double in size within ten years, India has a bright future ahead of it in the maintenance sector. But while India remains a complex market for the country's different operators, this is even more the case for MRO. Over 90% of maintenance for the Indian fleet is carried out abroad, mainly in South East Asia (especially Singapore) and the Middle East. We have to say that there are good reasons for this, with an unfavourable tax system, meaning that the maintenance sector is (...)
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