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Skyservice able to install ACA technology in GV-SPs
ACA's patented needlepoint bi-polar ionisation systems proactively neutralise pathogens in the air and on surfaces throughout the cabin and for the duration of a flight. Skyservice is authorised for GV-SP installations.
The STC applies to Gulfstream Vs and G550s.

The MRO division of Canada's Skyservice Business Aviation has received additional STCs from Transport Canada for the installation of Aviation Clean Air's (ACA) purification system inside Gulfstream V and G550 (GV-SP) long range aircraft.

These certifications are in addition to the STC approvals Skyservice received last year for installing ACA solutions in Canada for the Bombardier Challenger 300/350, Global 5000/5500/6000/6500, Dassault Falcon 7X, Beechcraft King Air 300/350, Dassault Falcon 2000/2000EX and Boeing 737-300, 737-400 and 737-500 aircraft.

ACA's patented needlepoint bi-polar ionisation systems proactively neutralise pathogens in the air and on surfaces throughout the cabin and for the duration of a flight. Aviation Clean Air is scientifically proven to clean and purify the air by flooding the environment with +/- charged ions, rendering viruses like COVID-19 harmless.

“All aircraft owners appreciate good value and trusted health and safety solutions,” comments Benjamin Murray, Skyservice president and CEO. “ACA's airborne air and surface purification system delivers an environmentally-friendly, easy to install, cost effective and proven in-cabin disinfecting solution to our clients.”

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