New Delhi, June 08, 2017: Air Works has reached another milestone. When SpiceJet’s VT-SLB, a B737 aircraft, rolled out of Air Works’ Base Maintenance facility at Hosur on 16th May, the company had successfully completed its 200th Base Maintenance check.
“This is a proud and a momentous step for us. We are thankful to SpiceJet for making us their partner of choice in this endeavor. Going forward, given the encouraging policy moves outlined in 2016’s National Civil Aviation Policy and the UDAN scheme launched by the Government of India, we can only expect the aviation industry to grow further and expand to Tier – II cities in India.” said Anand Bhaskar, Executive Vice President, Air Works.
Air Works offers Base Maintenance services on B737, A320, ATR42/72 and aircraft at its facility in Hosur (near Bangalore), and Line Maintenance services on A320, A330, A340, B737, B777, B787, and ATR72 aircraft across 18 International airports in India for domestic and international operators.
Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet, congratulated Air Works in their achievement and expressed his satisfaction on the delivery. “Congratulations to the Air Works team on this achievement. We appreciate the quick turn-around times and their world class MRO facility. I look forward to sustaining our engagement with them in the future” The check was completed within 6 days as compared to the scheduled time of 7 days, thus allowing the airline to earn an extra day’s worth of revenue from the aircraft.