Two-seater and four-seater aircraft manufacturing facility is being set up in India, Aero Freyr invested Rs 150 crore

Indian state department of Civil Aviation announced on the 29th of July, Thursday, the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Aero Freyr to establish an aircraft manufacturing unit with flight testing and maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) facilities in Gujarat.

According to Times of India, Aero Freyr invested Rs 150 crore to set up the said facility that will manufacture two-seater and four-seater aircraft, and air ambulances. 

Aero Freyr has partnerships with companies in the US, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, and Serbia.

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