Ruag approved for certification of Russian-registered civil aircraft

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Ruag Aviation’s facilities in Munich, Germany, and Geneva, Switzerland, have achieved full certification approvals for Russian-registered civil aircraft. The approvals include Bombardier Challenger and Global, Embraer Legacy and Lineage, Dassault Falcon, Beech and Pilatus types.

“Our focus on opportunities with the Eastern European business aviation sector is an essential component of our growth strategy. Studies indicate that the region is investing in civil aviation at a rapid and ever-increasing rate,” said Volker Wallrodt, senior vice president, business jets, Dornier 228 and components, Ruag Aviation. “We are experiencing this in our European service centers, as well, where we will continue to serve this important and growing customer base. Ruag is now fully approved for serving our Russian-registered civil aircraft customers with complete solutions and certification rights. This extends to all services from minor checks and AOG situations, up to and including heavy maintenance checks, interior refurbishment and system upgrades.”

Prior to the current approval by the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia), Ruag Aviation had been serving Russian-registered civil aircraft using time-limited agreements. This required rigorous scheduling and planning procedures, especially for large checks and refurbishment projects. The current agreement extends these rights indefinitely.

June 2, 2016

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