New interiors workshop opens at Stansted
A new interiors workshop is opening at London Stansted Airport by established aircraft interiors company Airline Services Limited.
Services provided for airline customers will include repair and refurbishment of laminated items such as sidewall panels, cargo bay panels, bulkheads, dado rails, monuments, galleys, overhead bins.
The workshop will also soon be capable of handling sheet metal and composite work.
It will help the UK’s third busiest airport supply routes to cities throughout the globe, with some of the most popular destinations being Dublin, Alicante, Rome and Milan.
Speaking in advance of the MRO Europe Show in London this week, Airline Services director of engineering Simon Sixsmith says: “This new facility brings an added dimension to Airline Services already extensive capabilities whilst offering what our customers have come to expect from ASL – namely industry leading quality, fast turnaround times and a flexible approach to each customer’s individual needs, all at a highly competitive price.”
Airline Services Limited was founded in 1984 and has facilities at 10 major UK airports. The company’s portfolio of services range from manufacture and installation of interiors to providing aircraft engineering support.
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