Paul Flanagan, spokesperson for the airline, emphasized Aeroman's qualifications to carry out this service.
The business Aeroman El Salvador invested $16 million last year in a new hangar and, as Alma López in Elsalvador.com writes, "With this expansion, according to its legal advisors in El Salvador, Aeroman has grown 'in capacity and in the creation of jobs,' as well as expanded its reach in the market as the only Latin-American member of the Airbus MRO network."
The company is planning to build a new hangar for two production, generating some 1,500 jobs.
Laprensagrafica.com reports: "In November 2008, the last two hangars were inaugurated, situated at the El Salvador International Airport, and have generated 618 jobs. Aeroman hopes to have 16 production lines or bays with the development of its expansion plan.
The closure of Aveos in Canada will not affect the aircraft maintenance company in El Salvador, which will open its fourth hangar in April.
The closure of operations in Canada by Aveos, the company which owns Aeroman in El Salvador will not affect the business of this aircraft-maintenance firm- or its employees, announced Aeroman’s management in the Central American country.
To invest more in the Salvadoran aircraft maintenance industry, the company requires better airport infrastructure.
Aeroman is a company that provides aircraft maintenance services in El Salvador. It is preparing to invest $20 million in its eight operation line, but this initiative requires that authorities improve roads and infrastructure at and around the main airport of the country.
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