Nomad Technics has recently completed both A- and B-checks on a Boeing BBJ in
addition to extensive cabin maintenance and refreshing work.
The work included the scheduled maintenance with A- and B-checks directed by Boeing as well as Out of
Phase (OOP) tasks and defect rectification.
In addition, the maintenance team conducted work to improve the aircraft’s cabin appearance, such as refreshing of VVIP seat covers, cabin panels and liners and improving of the cabin’s interior lighting.
“We are excited that we have successfully completed A-and B-checks and brushed-up the cabin on the Boeing BBJ aircraft which then could be released into service and handed over to a very satisfied customer on budget and on time”, says Christophe Haeffelin, Director Maintenance at Nomad Technics.
“Being able to offer this work certainly opens up new markets for Nomad Technics”, adds Thomas Gierlich, the company’s Director Maintenance Sales.
“We are looking forward to welcoming owners and operators of Boeing BBJ aircraft which are EASA, Aruba, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Isle of Man, Qatar and San Marino registered to demonstrate our bespoke aviation and highly skilled VVIP aircraft maintenance services at our Basel/Switzerland facility”.