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Indian MRO Claims Avionics OK From DGCA

By James T. McKenna | August 22, 2017
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Swaminarayan Akshardham, New Delhi

Swaminarayan Akshardham, New Delhi. Photo courtesy of BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha

New Delhi-based MRO provider Haveus Aerotech India said it has received approval from India's civil aviation authority to provide avionics maintenance and repairs, according to a local media report.

The Economic Times reported the company’s statement that India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation granted approval to perform avionics work at its facility in the Gurugram suburb southwest of New Delhi.

The company has invested more than $1.5 million in upgrading that facility to support both civil and military avionics maintenance, repairs and retrofits for small and large, and single- and multi-engine aircraft, according to the newspaper.

Haveus Aerotech India is part of Satyasai Group, which it said had introduced the concept of asset management of computers, servers and peripherals and have made a significant presence across various industry verticals, with more than 4,000 laptops, computers and toolkits on rent throughout India.

Over the past few years, Haveus said, it has evolved to become a “single-point stop for all aircraft and engine maintenance services, with a mission to provide quality people at all levels and offer the quickest delivery time.”

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