22 December 2015
Initially, the Technodinamika center will repair navigation and communication equipment, oxygen equipment, de-icing and fire prevention system components, as well as kitchen equipment for the Airbus A320, Boeing 737 and Russian-assembled Sukhoi Superjet 100. In the future, it plans add MS-21 components and gain a Part 21 certificate, allowing it to work with aircraft interiors.
Oleg Vassilyev CEO of Aviation Service Center said it chose Vnukovo because it is “easily accessible for our clients; also the airport could provide us with appropriate spaces.”
The center expects to gain Russia’s biggest carriers as clients.
Technodinamika specializes in development, manufacturing and after-sale servicing of aircraft systems and accessories. It includes 36 companies in several Russian cities including Moscow, Ufa, Samara and Yekaterinburg.
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