Nuremberg, 16 October 2018 (sr): This Kingsley from Hollywood, California, has been part of the Avionics Department for 50 years. For many decades, it was used to provide all new cables involved in avionics installations for a wide range of aircraft types with a ‘wire identification number’.
It was taken out of service 13 years ago, and since then it has been an eye-catcher for historically minded visitors of the Aero-Dienst facility, Nuremberg.
For safety reasons, we now only use UV laser machines for labelling our NextGen Avionics upgrades such as KA-band, SatCom and ADSB-Out. They do not generate heat and operate at a faster rate.
As one of the leading full-service providers in business and ambulance aviation, we know very well that the principles we adopted right from the start still apply in today’s world of high-tech and digitalization. That is how we maintain our ‘down-to-earth attitude at high altitude’!
With an over 60-year track record in maintaining, operating, selling and managing a wide range of business and ambulance aircraft, Aero-Dienst is considered one of the leading business aviation companies in Europe. By employing more than 330 aviation professionals who focus on precision, reliability and absolute customer satisfaction, Aero-Dienst has earned a worldwide reputation for excellence in best-value-for-money aviation services – customer-focused, transparent and fair.