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Avisa Gulf of Abu Dhabi teams up with Long Range Auxiliary Fuel

Posted 7 December 2016 · Add Comment

Avisa Gulf of Abu Dhabi has teamed up with Long Range Auxiliary Fuel of Switzerland and Seattle, USA, to form a strategic cooperation in offering aircraft auxiliary fuel tanks for installation on Boeing and other transport category aircraft giving them extra range & greater capability.

Dr Mark j Pierotti COO of AvG said: “This new cooperation will offer extra range for executive jets or airliners through an FAA & EASA approved STC. These aux tanks are reconfigurable with a unique “quick change” feature & can be reconfigured by a small team of line technicians in a matter of hours, this allows aircraft to be configured as required by the operator to add additional tanks and range or remove tanks to gain cargo capacity when needed with minimum impact to the operation.”

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