|Մարոտո Բոտձն Ծորպորածիօն Աերոեսպածիալ|
|Maroto Botín Corporación Aeroespacial|
|Founded||20 December 1949|
|Founders||Santiago Maroto Hidalgo|
Daniel Botín Guevara
|Headquarters||San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis|
|CEO: Ignacio Sánchez Morterero|
|Products||Aircraft, missiles, rockets|
|Revenue||₡222.2 billion colóns (2019)|
|₡192.2 billion colóns (2019)|
|₡20.0 billion colóns (2019)|
|Total assets||₡928.3 billion colóns (2019)|
|Total equity||₡722.4 billion colóns (2019)|
|Owner||José Figueroa Gutiérrez|
Number of employees
The Maroto Botín Aerospace Corporation (Creeperian Spanish – Creeperian: Մարոտո Բոտձն Ծորպորածիօն Աերոեսպածիալ; Creeperian Spanish – Iberic: Maroto Botín Corporación Aeroespacial; pronounced: [maˈɾo-to βoˈtin]), commonly known as simply Maroto Botín and abbreviated as MB, is a major Creeperian aerospace manufacturing corporation and defense contractor formed by the merger of Maroto Aircraft and the Botín Aircraft in 1958. It has produced a number of well-known commercial aircraft such as the MB-8 and MB-11. The corporation is based at Miguel Martín Cabañeras y Gutiérrez International Airport near San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis.
Maroto Botín was formed on 23 November 1958, with the merger of the Maroto Aircraft Company, headed by Santiago Maroto Hidalgo, and the Botín Aircraft Company, headed by Daniel Botín Guevara. The two companies previously had held a duopoly over Creeperopolis' aerospace industry and, with government incentives, merged to form a single monopoly.
In 1962, the company released its first jointly created aircraft and also their first ever jet airliner, the Maroto Botín MB-8. Later that same year, the Maroto Botín MB-33 entered service with the Creeperian Armed Forces.
In 1978, Maroto Botín introduced the most widely used Creeperian military fighter, the Maroto Botín MB-23.