It's everyday life at airports or in the air, collisions when manoeuvring or bird strike at take-off, make repairs necessary. The safety aspect is in our work in the foreground, but also aerodynamics and related propulsion consumption and flight stability. We prepare a cost plan for necessary repairs, clarify processes with the insurance companies or the leasing company, so that your aircraft can fly again quickly.
Leasing Return Service
Aircraft Solutions reviews all relevant areas according to the specifications of the leasing company so that a cost estimate can be drawn up. So, you will not experience any nasty surprises and have the opportunity to be repaired price-conscious before the return.
After a fire in the plane, the question comes. Is the aircraft still to repair? Depending on the decision, we dispose of environmentally friendly and fast machines from the airport, so there are no additional costs, such as parking fees. Thanks to our Dismantle Return Service, tested spare parts can be reused in your fleet.
If your aircraft can not fly to your MRO or come to us, we'll just get to the machine. Our team removes accidentally injured aircraft or ghost planes on the spot. The team carries out complicated repairs and calculates losses for leasing companies and insurance companies.
Dismantle Return Service
There are many reasons why an airplane should not start anymore. What to do with the spare parts that can still be reused in other planes of the fleet? And where to go with the rest? Aircraft Solutions is pleased to advise you. We create a plan which parts are dismantled from the machine and if necessary revised and returned to you. This significantly reduces costs for MRO and spare parts procurement and you know exactly where the turbine came from and know the maintenance history behind it.
With our training program, the Aircraft Solution works closely with universities and research companies and offers young trainees the opportunity to put their theoretical knowledge into practice. In addition, we are market enough to do.
One concern is to become more economically effective with the Aircraft Solution. That means wanting to gain as much material from old aircraft as possible, but not forgetting the aspect of economy. The program aims to develop how metals can be separated and sorted. Materials used in the aircraft may be reused to minimize the proportion of material to be disposed of.