$60 million Investment for Aircraft Maintenance

Canada's Aeroman plans to build two new hangars in Comalapa to service six aircraft simultaneously.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Ernesto Ruiz, CEO, said that Aeroman's plans include building additional capacity for aircraft maintenance in the next five years.

"The future investment, which could reach $60 million, will be implemented in two phases. The figure includes the infrastructure and equipment," noted an article in Elsalvador.com.

"We are in negotiations with the airport authority to start construction, but if all goes well and the deal becomes firm we could have the pleasant surprise of seeing a tractor moving earth in the next two months," said Ruiz.

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