AIESL To Begin C-Check for Kuwait Airways Soon

The Air India Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) depot, recently rebranded as AIESL, located in Mihan, a special economic zone or SEZ, will receive its first foreign aircraft since it opened operations in the Mihan-SEZ area in 2015. Initially the location was designated to be managed by the American aircraft manufacturer Boeing and was an early investment in the area of Nagpur.

A Boeing 777 from Kuwait Airways will be arriving at the MRO facility for a C-check in a few days. It will be the first time the MRO directly works on an aircraft from a foreign country. Initially, the MRO was meant as an export center for aircraft maintenance services for international airlines.

Tata Group has taken over Air India and AIESL continues to operate as an independent entity.