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Domodedovo businesses to pool expertise in maintenance
Skypro Technics is a joint project of Skypro Helicopters and Nesterov Aviation and an authorised Pilatus centre in Russia, while UTG operates the onsite private terminal. Drawing on mutual resources could bring benefits.
UTG executive director Elena Zhdanova is second from the left.

UTG Private Aviation, the operator of the business aviation terminal at Moscow's Domodedovo airport since April 2021, and the Russian aviation service centre Skypro Technics have signed an agreement of intent aimed at long-term cooperation.

This agreement provides for the creation of an authorised Pilatus maintenance centre at Domodedovo with a full range of line and periodic maintenance services on the Pilatus PC-12 and PC-24, as well as a service centre for line maintenance of other foreign-made aircraft. In the future, it is planned to expand services within the framework of certification according to San Marino (T7) and Aruba (P4) standards.

Skypro Technics is a joint project of Skypro Helicopters and Nesterov Aviation and an authorised Pilatus centre in Russia, providing comprehensive solutions for the maintenance and airworthiness of overseas aircraft.

The centre provides a full cycle of after-sales service and an organisation for maintaining the airworthiness of Pilatus aircraft, including the timely implementation of scheduled maintenance, field maintenance work, including troubleshooting and unscheduled types of work, and the supply of components and consumables for the smooth operation of aircraft in Russia and CIS. The availability of the necessary certificates and highly qualified personnel allow it to organise the execution of work at any location of the customer's aircraft in the 24/7/365 mode.

The company has already received approval from the Russian aviation authorities, which allows it to work with aircraft registered in the Russian Federation, and similar approvals have been received from aviation regulators of the Republic of Belarus and Kazakhstan.

The new service centre will be able to provide services for the maintenance and airworthiness of aircraft: timely execution of scheduled and urgent maintenance, troubleshooting in AOG situations and the supply of components and consumables.

The UTG Private Aviation business aviation centre at Moscow Domodedovo Airport operates a complex consisting of a 770 sqm passenger VIP terminal and three hangars for business aviation with a total area of ​​8,000 sq.m. and provides a full range of ground services. An extensive apron areas make it possible to actively develop infrastructure, including increasing the number of services provided to customers.

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