Nomad Technics says it has successfully provided aicraft on ground (AOG) support to an operator of a Bombardier Global 6000 at Zurich’s International Airport.
On Friday late evening, the company received an AOG call from the customer that their Global 6000 was in a “non-flyable condition”. The team arrived two hours later from Basel at Zurich International Airport.
Nomad Technics’ engineers located the fault and reset the electric system. After two hours of work the aircraft was handed-over to the client at midnight, ready for an early 06:00h Saturday morning departure.
Nomad Aviation executive chairman, Heinz Koehli said: “We are proud that we have completed the AOG event on the Bombardier Global 6000 jet with an extremely short reaction time on Friday night.”
Nomad Technics vice president and general manager, Roman Hug said: “Thanks to the flexibility of the engineers and the short communication channels we could rectify the defect to the full satisfaction of the customer. This enabled him to use his aircraft as planned.”