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GlobeAir's Mustangs wrap up in winter nanocoat
Cavendish Aviation applies nanocoat technology under CAA licence and clients include TAG Aviation Europe and Multiflight. GlobeAir has committed to the Aerocoat process to improve ramp presence and avoid resprays.
Following a successful application to OE-FIT, the nanocoat process will be rolled out across GlobeAir's entire Mustang fleet.

Austrian operator GlobeAir is adopting Cavendish Aviation and Aerocoat International's surface protection system across its fleet of 20 Citation Mustang jets. UK based Cavendish Aviation will apply the Aerocoat nano technology process to the exterior paintwork of all of GlobeAir's aircraft, the largest Citation Mustang fleet in the world, throughout 2019.
The Aerocoat process restores and retains aircraft paintwork to its original factory appearance with a glass-like finish that repairs UV damage and protects the surface against corrosion and weather wear.

GlobeAir CEO Bernhard Fragner comments: “For the first time, we are utilising the Aerocoat nano technology to enhance the look of our aircraft liveries. Working with Cavendish Aviation has been very gratifying. The first aircraft to undergo the process OE-FIT has benefitted from a very detailed application and I am looking forward to reaching the same standards across the GlobeAir fleet. 
“When it comes to achieving both high aesthetics and cost effectiveness, it's essential for us to rely on the market leaders within the industry. The Aerocoat process is a good alternative to repainting to achieve both aesthetic appeal and higher performances for the most enjoyable experiences on board.”
Located near London Stansted airport, the Cavendish Aviation and Aerocoat International management team has two decades worth of engineering experience in British aerospace, perfecting its nano technology process on 70 general aviation aircraft in the UK and USA before entering the corporate jet market in 2017. 
Cavendish applies the Aerocoat process under CAA licence and its clients have included TAG Aviation Europe and Multiflight.
Spokesman Matt Phillips says" “We are delighted to be working with Bernhard Fragner and his fantastic team at GlobeAir as the Aerocoat process will not only guarantee an immense ramp presence across the jet fleet 24/7 but further enhance its reputation for delivering premium service to clients.
“The process is the ultimate in asset protection and a game changer for aircraft detailing with multiple benefits including a reduction in carbon footprint, thanks to less fuel burn.
“Aerocoat also eliminates the threat of UV damage and corrosion, decreases boundary layer drag and gives owners and operators an opportunity to reboot their current aircraft livery by making it look brand new and factory fresh without expensive respray costs.”