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A desperately needed spare part can be like a piece in a puzzle. Our warehouse for all spare parts & our 12-inhouse shops guarantee fast repairs & minimum downtime. Thanks to our part-out-service, we also have a variety of spare parts rarely found ready & available for dispatch worldwide 24/7.
Last Updated:
12-02-2024
Location:
Europe
Mönchengladbach
Nordrhein-Westfalen
Germany
The interdisciplinary know-how of our employees is the basis for the extensive scope of work our EASA approval covers. Since all the production & manufacturing of sub & secondary components are accomplished in-house, the customer benefits from the efficiency of having all parts produced under one roof.
Last Updated:
03-11-2023
Location:
Europe
Austria
Gestair MRO on AvPay
Gestair MRO is the unit specialized in aeronautical maintenance of private & commercial aircraft, with the biggest aeronautical Maintenance Centre in Southern Europe, providing global coverage. Its areas of specialisation include base maintenance, hangarage, components sales & our avionics shop. Our team is made up of experienced engineers & maintenance technicians who adhere rigorously to the manufacturer standards to ensure the highest levels of quality, safety & maintenance performance for each aircraft serviced.
Last Updated:
15-02-2023
Company / Seller:
Location:
Europe
Madrid
Spain
DJL Aerospace jacks in greece
DJL Aerospace are able to assist in everything from consumables to landing gear exchanges. We also have brilliant connections in the industry allowing us to source any tooling we may not have in our pool. So please get in touch & we'll make sure you get what you need.
Last Updated:
09-11-2022
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Location:
Europe
England
Norwich
East of England
Norfolk
UK
Boost Systems From Pacific AirHub On AvPay
Pacific AirHub is an agent for Boost Human External Cargo Systems, & we can supply you with the most advanced, certified & compliant Human External Cargo (HEC) Systems & Personnel Device Carrying Systems (PCDS). Boost Systems works with top design engineers, industry experts, & helicopter operators/pilots with exceptional long-line rescue expertise to develop systems & training programmes that reduce exposure & exceed today’s standards.
Last Updated:
10-05-2023
Company / Seller:
Location:
Oceania
New Zealand
Helicopter Parts From Pacific AirHub On AvPay
At our Pacific AirHub Parts Division, we offer a wide spectrum of helicopter parts to the general aviation community. Should we not have a part, we can source hard-to-find used aircraft parts for you. We are constantly buying & selling helicopter parts globally, which increases our inventory & makes it easier for you to find the part you are looking for.
Last Updated:
10-05-2023
Company / Seller:
Location:
Oceania
New Zealand
Agusta Bell 206B3 - Parts By HelixAV
Currently breaking an Agusta Bell 206BIII for Parts. Aircraft has always been hangered.
Last Updated:
15-05-2023
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Location:
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The ability to remove and replace parts on an aircraft depends on several factors, including the type of work being carried out and the individual’s qualifications and authorization. In the aviation industry, maintenance and repairs are highly regulated to ensure safety and adherence to standards. Key considerations to be taken into consideration of any work being undertaken. Major maintenance, repairs, and component replacements on aircraft are typically performed by licensed Aircraft Maintenance Technicians. These professionals undergo rigorous training and certification processes to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to work on specific aircraft types and systems. AMTs are authorized by aviation regulatory authorities to carry out specific maintenance tasks based on their certifications. Certain maintenance tasks, such as engine overhauls, avionics installations, or structural repairs, require specialized skills and expertise. These tasks are typically performed by technicians who have received specific training and have the appropriate specialized skills, certifications, or qualifications in the respective areas. Aircraft manufacturers provide detailed instructions, maintenance manuals, and service bulletins that outline specific procedures for removing and replacing parts. These guidelines ensure that repairs and replacements are performed correctly and in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. Many maintenance tasks on aircraft are carried out by Approved Maintenance Organizations (AMOs), which are authorized by aviation regulatory authorities to perform specific maintenance and repair work. AMOs have the necessary facilities, equipment, and qualified personnel to ensure compliance with regulations and industry standards. Aviation regulatory authorities, such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States or the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in Europe, have specific regulations governing aircraft maintenance and repairs. These regulations outline the qualifications, authorizations, and certifications required to perform different types of maintenance work. It’s important to note that unauthorized or unqualified individuals should not attempt to perform complex maintenance tasks on aircraft. Mishandling or improper installations can have serious safety implications. Aircraft owners, operators, and maintenance organizations have a responsibility to ensure that maintenance and repairs are conducted by qualified and authorized personnel in accordance with regulatory requirements and industry best practices.