RUAG Aviation presents civil MRO capabilities at MRO Europe
Switzerland’s leading international aircraft life cycle support provider, RUAG Aviation, will be highlighting its comprehensive civil component maintenance, repair and overhaul capabilities at this year’s MRO Europe. The company can be found at Booth 732 in Hall 4 of the exhibition.
A proven portfolio of capabilities will be showcased by the company, with a focus on maintenance, repair and overhaul services on subsystems and components. This involves landing gear MRO including the provision of loaner and exchange gears for selected aircraft such as ATR and Dornier, MRO on flight recorders, generators, engines and accessoriesfor various aircraft types. RUAG Aviation provides the full range of services down to the component level, emphasising availability through innovative and flexible solutionsin order to minimise downtime.
RUAG Aviation’s highlights at this year’s MRO Europe also include lifesaving equipment, namely life rafts and rescue hoists. From functionality checks of life rafts through to the reprogramming of emergency locator transmitters (ELT), the company takes care of all aspects of life raft maintenance on behalf of its customers.
All services provided are part of RUAG Aviation’s one-stop-shop solution, specifically developed to improve convenience and minimise downtime and costs by providing all solutions from a single source. The company operates various civil and combined civil/military aviation service centres in Europe: in Munich-Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, as well as in Berne, Geneva, Lugano, Interlaken, Stans, Lodrino and Alpnach, Switzerland.
Certified by various national aviation authorities –including EASA and FAA –RUAG Aviation maintains long standing partnerships to meet the precise requirements of its customers. Itisan official OEM partner(with Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, Breeze-Eastern, General Electric, AeroTurbine, Parker, Raytheon and more) and Authorised Service Centre for Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault Falcon, Embraer, Piaggio and Pilatus, as well as a Major Service Centre for Dornier and DHC-6 TwinOtter.
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