ruag repaints gulfstream g650 aircraft

May 23, 2019

RUAG is continuing to grow its aircraft painting portfolio. The completion of this Gulfstream G650 marks the first aircraft of its type at the aircraft support provider’s painting facilities near Munich. Prior to this work on the G650, the specialist team had fulfilled the full exterior repainting of Gulfstream G450 and Gulfstream G550 aircraft.

Supporting customers with precision aircraft painting is a core capability within RUAG’s one-stop shop approach to aircraft MRO services. Third party MRO providers seeking to fulfill their own customers’ exterior finish requirements regularly approach RUAG for aircraft painting support. “Our specialist team has developed a reputation for reliability and excellence in aircraft painting,” states Reinhard Imhoff, Sales Manager Exterior Services, RUAG MRO International. He notes, “We are pleased to support our industry partners. Working with us allows them to expand the service portfolio they can provide to their customers. Our services enable them to include aircraft painting support with confidence.”

“RUAG is committed to offering reliable and sustainable aircraft MRO solutions to the business aircraft industry,” confirms Volker Wallrodt, Senior Vice President Business Jets, RUAG MRO International.

RUAG MRO International specializes in offering one-stop shop business aircraft solutions where all required services are performed within one single downtime, suiting individual customer schedules. The comprehensive portfolio includes line, base and heavy maintenance (MRO) checks, cabin interior restyling and refurbishment, avionics and system upgrades, component services, aircraft painting, modifications, pre-purchase inspections (PPI), AOG, FBO, and support and consulting. RUAG MRO International is an official business jets OEM partner and Authorized Service Center for Dassault Falcon, Embraer, and Piaggio, an Authorized Pilatus PC-12 Service Center and a Service Center for Hawker Beechcraft, Gulfstream G550 and Bombardier aircraft.