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DC puts faith in AeroVisto for refurbishments
In the course of the year, DC Aviation and AeroVisto have already worked together on a number of projects. Now the two companies are taking their collaboration one step further with a formal cabin repair deal.
In the front row are AeroVisto MD Hermann Bauer, DC CEO Michael Kuhn and VP of maintenance and CAMO Juergen Sehne. In the back row are AeroVisto MD Stefan Buri, AeroVisto MD Carsten Matthiesen, and director of sales for technical services Daniel Heidrich.
Read this story in our October 2020 printed issue.

DC Aviation has signed a general agreement with AeroVisto Group. AeroVisto is specialised in the field of certified interior refurbishment and technology solutions for business and commercial aircraft and will supply all aircraft interior services required by DC Aviation. The works will include cabin refurbishment, repairs, cabin modifications and upgrades with latest cabin technologies.

Juergen Sehne, VP of maintenance and CAMO of DC Aviation says “Our aim is to enable top quality work on the interiors of our managed fleet and aircraft of third party customers. We are very pleased that with this agreement we are able to offer our clients the whole range of interior refurbishment and renovation services. With AeroVisto we have a very experienced and flexible partner at our side with large technical know-how and the highest level of craftmanship. The cooperation with AeroVisto underscores the high quality standard we apply to our business jets.”

In the course of the year, DC Aviation and AeroVisto have already worked together on a number of projects.

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