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RUAG safeguards health during Global inspection
A Global Express arrived at the RUAG MRO International location during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, adding a layer of complexity to the PPI process, but the company still completed the job on time.
The Global Express is now ready for delivery.

RUAG MRO International has fulfilled a level three pre-purchase inspection on a Global Express. The detailed aircraft evaluation progressed according to schedule, even allowing for the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Securing the health and safety of employees and customers remains a priority at RUAG's business aircraft facilities at Munich-Oberpfaffenhofen.

Planning for the level three pre-purchase inspection was straightforward and transparent, the company reports. The buyer's representative determined the scope of the inspection directly using RUAG's proprietary PPI decision-making tool. The selection of requirements enabled the project to proceed promptly while accurately generating the details relevant to the purchase criteria. In addition, the RUAG team enabled a seamless registration process for the new ownership, ensuring full documentation readiness for a prompt on-site acceptance by the FAA-DAR (Designated Airworthiness Representative).

“It was an absolute pleasure working with the RUAG team. From start to finish it was a quality process and job. Communication, know how and responsiveness were excellent,” states Samuel G. Lechtner, L&L International. “Thanks to the team for their assistance, especially during these uncertain times. We will be back in the future with more EU projects.”

The aircraft arrived at the RUAG MRO International location during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, adding a layer of complexity to the PPI process. “We are proud of the quality and performance we are able to deliver while still safeguarding the health of all involved,” states Christian Karl, head of sales business jets. “Precise planning of this PPI project allowed our teams to proceed both reliably and safely. We can confirm that we continue to follow the recommended guidelines for protecting our customers, our employees and our business jet community.”

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