EE: Air Maintenance Estonia plans to develop new hangar in Tallinn.

By bne IntelliNews April 24, 2012
Estonian airplanes maintenance provider Air Maintenance Estonia (AME) announced plan to develop new hangar in the Airport of Tallinn. The company indicates that with the new development it will be able to offer new services. The company plans to launch 3 new base maintenance lines, and 2 lines for light modifications and checks. With the new hangar the company will be able to service Airbus 320 airplane series too. The new hangar is expected to be finished in August, and it is planned to triple the companys capacity. AME has been acquired by private equity fund BaltCap in 2010.

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