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Temporary passenger aircraft cabin modifications by Magnetic MRO

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Dana Ermolenko
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Magnetic MRO,reacting to the current situation in the aviation market, announced the company’s readiness to provide temporary cabin modifications.

In the light of the coronavirus crisis and reflecting to changing needs of the Airline’s, company’s DOA (EASA Part 21J) team is ready to provide its customers with cabin modifications for COVID-19 medical cargo transportation in primarily passenger cabin aircraft. Company has certification and experience in providing both types of modifications that are allowed by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). One modification option can be done while leaving the seats and fixing cargo boxes on them with the special straps, meanwhile, the second option allows the removal of seats, leaving 0 PAX LOPA with a change to a type of operations.

“Being able to support both options allowed by EASA, our team can offer prompt support so airlines can continue to operate and contribute to their countries during this difficult time,” shared Vytis Petrusevicius, Head of Design Organisation at Magnetic MRO. “Additionally, we can also support the execution of modification, providing customers with the one-stop-shop solution and ensuring the efficiency of the service, which is crucial at this time.”

In addition, Magnetic MRO DOA holds STC and can also provide cabin modification for medical stretchers installation on various aircraft types, including A321 Family, B737-800, B747-400, B777-300, ATR and others. Such modification can support airlines to utilize their passenger cabin fleet in relation to COVID-19 medical assistance requirements.



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