“Trust, reliability and direct access to OEM support, as with these ADS-B upgrade kits, are crucial for our network of operators and customers. They provide essential services, now more than ever, and their mission and operational success is our priority,” confirms Michael Franz, Director Customer Support Dornier 228, RUAG MRO International.
Both Dornier 228 aircraft serve the German Navy on behalf of the Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure to monitor the North and Baltic Seas with regards to marine pollution. Operational flexibility is essential as the multirole platforms operate across national borders and coastal waters in support of surveillance missions, maritime emergencies and search and rescue (SAR) operations. The aircraft are based at German Naval Air Wing 3, Nordholz, Germany.