InterGlobe General Aviation Pvt. Limited

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InterGlobe General Aviation Pvt. Ltd. (IGGA), a subsidiary of InterGlobe Enterprises, commenced business operations in 2007 as the Exclusive Sales and Service Representative for Hawker Beechcraft in SAARC. Setting the benchmark for general aviation in the region, IGGA’s world class Authorized Service Centre at IGI airport in New Delhi, offers superior maintenance and support to all Hawker Beechcraft customers.

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