More Space for Aircraft Maintenance

The construction of the new Aeroman hangar in El Salvador is going according to schedule, therefore in September 20 thousand square meters will be added costing $55 million.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

The hangar under construction will be the company's fifth, and it is expected that in September it will be avialable for use for aircraft maintenance.

Ernesto Ruiz, president of the board of Aeroman, told Laprensagrafica.com that "... The work is on time in accordance with what was originally estimated. The hangar, under construction, which should be ready in early August, must still go through a certification process which takes a few weeks. '"

"... The works also include the construction of the taxiway, platforms and equipment of the hangar. The expansion will enable Aeroman to increase in installed capacity by 65%, and go from 12 to 20 production lines (aircraft parked on the apron). "

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