LG International Corp. as a trade arm of LG Group, has been established in 1953.
LG International Corp. has 35 representative offices and 7 subsidiaries in over 50 cities around the world serving as the backbone.
LG International Corp. as of the Aviation Business, enjoys exclusive distributorship for civilian helicopters (Ka-32, Mi-172) and airplanes (L410, L420), supplies aircrafts both to Korea and to Southeast Asia.
As of the end of February 2003, the company supplied 42 units of Russian helicopters to government organizations in Republic Korea such as Forestry Aviation Office, National Maritime Police, National Police Agency and Provincial Fire Department.
The company is looking forward to promote and develop new models of various aircraft such as Ka-226 and ANSAT light helicopters and amphibious airplane (Be-200).
Warranty, Follow-on and After-service for the supplied Ka-32 helicopter, Mi-172 helicopter and L410 aircraft have been performing by LG Technical Support Center, located in Kimpo airport, Seoul, since its establishment in 1994.
LG Technical Support Center does not provide the only field maintenance but also component repair and airframe overhaul for the supplied aircrafts. It has highly skilled and certified nearly 40 Korean and Russian Engineers and Tech-Rep from manufacturer and main vendors such as engines and transmission. Also, they've maintaining 24 hours hotline for customer's emergency call and maintaining A.O.G. stocks as worthy of USD5.0 mil for the immediate treatment of A.O.G situation.
LG Technical Support Center has received the Certificate of After-service from the Ministry of Trade and Industries in 1997 and the Certificate of Aircraft Maintenance from the Ministry of Construction and Transportation in 20

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  • Address: LG Twin Tower 20 Yoido-dong, Youngdungpo-gu, Seoul, 150-606, Republic Korea
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