New Delhi, March 1, 2012: Air Works India Engineering Pvt Ltd, one of the leading independent providers of Aviation Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) services in India and Aircraft Paint and Refinishing in the UK will participate in the India Aviation 2012. The show commences on the 14th of March till the 16th of March 2012 at the Begumpet Airport in Hyderabad.
Visitors can use the opportunity to interact with senior executives and technical experts from Air Works, its subsidiary Air Livery and its joint venture partner Scandinavian Avionics. Air Works executives will be present at the stall Hall A, Stall no 29 and at Chalet no 15.
During the show, Air Works plans to unveil a prototype of an aircraft’s interior designed by Dilip Chhabria exclusively for Air Works. The mock up has been designed to showcase capabilities which Air Works and DC design are jointly developing to address the interior refurbishment needs of business aircraft owners in India.
The company also plans to showcase its service portfolio specifically in Aircraft Paint, Avionics and MRO services and plans to use this opportunity to forge deeper partnerships with its customers in the region.
About Air Works
Established in 1951, Air Works (http://www.airworks.in/) is the leading provider of aviation services qualified to maintain 50 aircraft types, for over 100 customers across 15 maintenance locations in India.
Air Works is India’s only EASA certified MRO with approvals for ATR 42/72, Airbus A320, and Boeing 737 Classic/NG series of Aircraft. With a strong network of OEM relationships, Air Works is an Authorized Service Centre for Agusta Westland, Bell Helicopter, Bombardier, Dassault Falcon, Embraer, Garmin, Gulfstream, Hawker Beechcraft, Honeywell and Rockwell Collins.
Through its Air Livery subsidiary, Air Works is one of Europe’s largest providers of aircraft paint services. Also, ‘SA Air Works India’ Air Works joint venture with Scandinavian Avionics, Denmark, provides complete turnkey avionics solutions to both commercial and military customers in India.