Ruag MRO International recently completed a 48-month inspection on an Embraer Lineage, in addition to an avionics upgrade, cabin refurbishment, and full exterior paint, the latter of which was a first for the Switzerland-based MRO provider, reported AIN Online.
“The choices our customer made for optimizing the downtime succeeded in personalizing their aircraft while also enhancing performance and safeguarding accuracy in controlled airspace,” the report quoted Ruag MRO head of sales business jets, Christian Karl.
Seeking a full refurbishment of the private aircraft based on the Embraer E190 airliner following its recent purchase, the customer opted for a cabin refresh, new livery, and compliance with the FAA’s and EASA’s ADS-B Out and future air navigation system (FANS) mandates. That was in addition to heavy maintenance on the aircraft, as well as a resolution of Embraer service bulletins. All of the work was completed on time at Ruag MRO’s Embraer-authorized service center at Munich-Oberpfaffenhofen Airport in Germany.
“We believe our one-stop-shop approach to aircraft MRO and upgrades provide our customers with a sustainable strategic advantage,” explained Ruag MRO business jets general manager Markus Frötschl.
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