New and Exciting Developments in Business
Maritime Aerospace established a new and additional Cabin Interior Facility in Hangar 2 of Zurich International Airport (ZRH). The new interior shop operating under the EASA Part 145 Approval (C6) is equipped with full scale cabin upholstery capability and in addition is set up for cabin interior paint work.
We are pleased to inform you about the cooperation of Carlex Design Limited and a globally renowned Swiss brand – Maritime Aerospace AG – manufacturer of VIP interiors, providing of a wide range of solutions for the aviation industry.
AeroVisto offers aviation interior solutions, combining premium aircraft leather and best-in-class surface technology.
Maritime Aerospace enters into Partnership with Aerowing from Tianjin (Republic of China). With this new partnership Maritime Aerospace extends its services to the Asian Market Place and to serve Customers in the region with the known capabilities and service excellence for commercial and business aviation services.
Swiss Companies in European Competition
- A commentary by Hermann Bauer
We are repeatedly faced with the same prejudice outside of Switzerland.
“Don’t even ask, it’s too expensive.”
But is it really?
appearance vs certification - playing with fire
The contrast between high-quality standards and simultaneously low prices leads to a conflict of objectives and ultimately quite critical actions in aviation. Who thought this was the past, is mistaken because this seems to be common practice. Just like all objects of daily use, aircrafts are subject to normal wear and tear.
QCM Engineering and Maritime Aerospace introduce a Certification Process with Engineering Order and Minor Change for in Situ Spot Refurbishment of Varnish and Leather
Every Business Jet is subject to unaesthetic signs of usage after some time in operations. As described damages are generally small, rectification can be performed in situ at the aircraft. To date, EASA conform certification in regards to such spot rectifications led to difficulties and challenges.
Every couple of years aircraft have to be repainted – depending on strain. Painting is necessary for optical as well as technical reasons and within aviation, it is part of the structure and is classified as Heavy Maintenance.
Technically, the quality requirements are clearly defined and regulated by the OEM. Thus the paint should protect all appearing surfaces and preserve the value of the aircraft. In the process, different aspects such as weight, should be considered.
Maritime Aerospace is proud to present its brand new First Class Aircraft Interior and Exterior Services Shop. With almost 1000 sqm Maritime Aerospace can accomodate complete interiors of business jets from CJ to Global. Its state of the art infrastructure with new paint infrastructures (2 paint cabins), new upholstery & wood shops and perfect storage conditions for interiors and materials set the benchmark in the sector. Come in and have a look.
Rietlistrasse 14 | CH 9422 Staad
Airport St. Gallen / Altenrhein