Irish aircraft painter Maas Aviation has started building a hangar in the territory of Kaunas Airport where it will paint Airbus and Boeing-type aircraft. The company plans to create 60 jobs, according to the Verslo Zinios business daily.
Irish aircraft painter to create 60 jobs near Kaunas
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The hangar of over 20 meter high and covering an area of 4,860 square meters will be built in a land lot of 0.9 ha the company leased from Lithuanian Airports, the operator of airports in Lithuania.

Maas Aviation will be able to paint two planes at a time, and its annual capacity is 25 Airbus and 50 Boeing aircraft.

Maas Aviation works with the European aviation giant Airbus as the company paints Airbus planes in Hamburg and Mobile, Alabama.

Meanwhile, Maas Aviation repaints planes acquired by airlines in the Netherlands, Maastricht and Woensdrecht.

Maas Aviation's website names Ryanair, Aeroflot and WizzAir among its clients.

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