‘Technodinamika’ aviation service center opened in Delhi

"Technodinamika" has opened a representative Aviation Service Center in India and has already reached agreements on long-term contracts for repair with local operators.

The "Technodinamika" Holding opened a representative Aviation Service Center (ASC) in Delhi – currently, an agreement on long-term contracts for the repair of the exploited in India of Russian aircraft has been reached, said Tuesday's press service of the company.

ASC "Technodinamika" has received registration of the Air Force of India in 2015, which enabled the company to participate in tenders for the supply of components.

"Technodinamika" has opened a representative Aviation Service Center in India and has already reached agreements on long-term contracts for repair with local operators, "- according to a statement. It is expected that the experts of the Center will repair the Russian equipment, readily available in the Indian Air Force and supply equipment, ground equipment, aircraft and helicopters with the component base.

"This is still a representation, but in the near future we will announce the start of a joint venture: the service center Workshop production in India will be fully localized", - the press service quoted the "Technodinamika" deputy director general for Innovations Alexander Litvinov.

Today, there are 264 MiG-21, MiG-69 29 / 29UB, 200 Su-30MKI in the Indian Air Force.  In addition, India operates 23 IL-76 military transport aircraft and its modifications, 105 transport aircraft An-32, and 158 helicopters (Mi-8/17, Mi-26 and Mi-35).

The "Technodinamika" holding specializes in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft systems and units. In addition, the holding company produces parts and components for industries such as oil and gas, automotive industry, transport, and energy.

First published in Russian by RIA Novosti.

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