Lufthansa Technik said it will become the first international MRO provider to establish an Indian base when it opens a 20,000-sq.-m. facility outside Hyderabad at the end of next year. Construction of the two-bay hangar and workshops will begin this summer at the new Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. LHT, which is partnering with Indian infrastructure firm GMR Group, will hold more than 75% of the complex's equity share capital and will make an initial investment of more than INR1 billion ...

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