Investment in Aeronautical Maintenance

Aeroman has announced that it will be investing $45 million in the construction of the sixth aircraft maintenance and repair hangar at the Monseñor Romero airport in El Salvador.

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Authorities at Aeroman said that the hangar, which will be located on the west side of the air terminal, will be larger than hangar 5, inaugurated in 2015, and will have capacity to accommodate larger aircraft. reports that "... Construction work has already started and is expected to end in December. Hangar 6 will be 120 meters wide, 128 meters deep and 27 meters high, which exceeds the size of the hangar 5 that was finished at the end of 2015. This will allow it to attend to much larger aircraft. The project also includes construction of warehouses, storage facilities, ramps, training spaces, cafeteria, soccer fields."

"... With its five hangars, Aeroman has the capacity to serve between 20 and 22 production lines (aircraft). The new investment will allow it to expand its capacity to more than 30 production lines.

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