S7 Technics carried out complex work on dismantling the keel of a cargo Boeing 737 in the framework of C-check
Until 2012, the aircraft flew as part of one of the passenger airlines’ fleet, and then it was converted into a cargo aircraft and transferred to ATRAN airlines
Aeronautical Engineering Inc. (AEI) developed the STC (Supplemental Type Certificate), an additional type certificate that confirms that a modification of a typical aircraft design meets aviation requirements.
During the C-check maintenance of the cargo Boeing 737, part of the elements of the power structure of the aircraft was replaced – the longitudinal and transverse floor beams of the main cargo deck. S7 Technics logistics specialists were tasked with finding and delivering elements in a special modification for the converted aircraft on time.
S7 Technics specialists carried out a complex work on dismantling the aircraft’s keel to replace the front left attachment point. Four specialists of the engineering center, 18 aircraft technicians, two lifts and a special crane were involved in the process.
Upon completion of all work, the pilots of ATRAN airlines performed a test flight from Domodedovo airport to Vnukovo.
“Maintaining the airworthiness of the ATRAN fleet is the key to providing high – quality services to our customers. In 2020, the serviceability and availability of cargo aircraft is particularly important, since it is cargo carriers that have made a huge contribution to the fight against the spread of COVID-19, delivering medical equipment, personal protective equipment and essential goods. We are very happy that S7 Technics, which we have been working with for many years, always provides a high-level service. Convenience of doing business, a diverse pool of spare parts, a wide range of services provided, certified specialists – this is what we can count on when working with S7 Technics.” – said Vitaly Andreev, CEO of ATRAN airlines.
Specialists of the leading Russian MRO provider performed the first form of a-Check maintenance for the Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft of Red Wings airline at its base at Domodedovo airport.
Tactile stickers are installed on the aircraft to make it easier for visually impaired passengers to find their way in the aircraft cabin
10 years ago – on July 15, 2010 in Mineralnye Vody 54 specialists started performing aircraft maintenance
June 16 2020 is the 10th anniversary of the S7 Technics Aviation Training Center