MRO companies coming to Subang in Kuala Lumpur

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Malaysia’s growing aerospace industry has received news that several large European maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) companies are interested in setting up at the Subang airport. The Malaysia International Aerospace Centre Bhd, a subsidiary of state-run Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd, will regulate and supervise the MROs.

Other Malaysian airports are interested in acquiring new investments, as they attempt to meet he government’s 1997 goals for its aerospace industry.  While land be hard to find (MROS at Kuala Lumpur International airport are confined to only 1,200 acres of land) the industry is expecting exponential growth within the next decade, and will certainly rise to meet its needs. The Asia-Pacific region is projected to see the largest jump in flights and passengers in the world in the next 10 years.

 

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Malaysia’s growing aerospace industry has received news that several large European maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) companies are interested in setting up at the Subang airport. The Malaysia International Aerospace Centre Bhd, a subsidiary of state-run Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd, will regulate and supervise the MROs.

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Malaysia’s growing aerospace industry has received news that several large European maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) companies are interested in setting up at the Subang airport. The Malaysia International Aerospace Centre Bhd, a subsidiary of state-run Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd, will regulate and supervise the MROs.

Other Malaysian airports are interested in acquiring new investments, as they attempt to meet he government’s 1997 goals for its aerospace industry.  While land be hard to find (MROS at Kuala Lumpur International airport are confined to only 1,200 acres of land) the industry is expecting exponential growth within the next decade, and will certainly rise to meet its needs. The Asia-Pacific region is projected to see the largest jump in flights and passengers in the world in the next 10 years.

 

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