Magnetic MRO launches its second paint hangar
Estonian maintenance specialist Magnetic MRO has launched a second paint hangar at its Tallinn airport base. The facility is understood to be all booked for the next six months, the orders coming from both the company’s existing customers and new ones.
The hangar sits on 2,853 square meters; the personnel are qualified to paint single-aisle airliners, including the Boeing 737 MAX and Airbus A320neo types. The new facility is also equipped with an adjustable docking system, which can be adapted to various aircraft types.
The introduction of the second hangar will allow Magnetic MRO to meet the ever-growing demand for aircraft painting services. The company first announced its capacity expansion plans in October 2016. The hangar was initially expected to measure 2,000 square meters in area, and was scheduled to be launched in mid-October 2017.
Magnetic MRO became operational in 2015. The company has recently announced its new service offering to visualize an aircraft’s livery through an application adapted to a Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality headset.
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