Aeronautical Maintenance Center Expanded Operations

Aeroman opened in El Salvador its sixth hangar, which has an area of two thousand square meters and capacity to maintain 14 narrow cabin aircraft simultaneously.

Friday, June 14, 2019

The new hangar, which began construction in March 2018 and whose investment in infrastructure amounted to $20 million, is located on land adjacent to the Oscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport.

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According to representatives of the company, with the expansion of operations, Aeroman is able to maintain between 35 and 40 aircraft, positioning itself as the largest workshop of its kind in Latin America. reports that "... After officially inaugurating its sixth hangar, the company is already evaluating other areas of opportunity with which they could increase their production and therefore, the number of jobs in the country."

Alejandro Echeverría, Aeroman's CEO, explained that "... Aeroman's Board of Directors has already approved the purchase of equipment for the machining workshop, which will allow them to manufacture parts of the aircraft that until now could not be manufactured and had to wait for them to be sent.

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