New hangar for aircraft maintenance at El Salvador's Aeroman facilities

Demand Strong; Airlines are turning to more outsourcing as they search for cost-saving steps.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

In December 2006, Montreal-based ACTS bought 80 per cent of Aeroman, the narrowbody aircraft maintenance division of El Salvador's national carrier Grupo TACA.
Despite Southwest's decision, a new hangar with two lines now under construction at Aeroman's San Salvador facility won't stay empty for long, said Chahram Bolouri of ACTS Aero Technical Support & Services Inc.

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