Transport of medical supplies
We have obtained engineering order specific tailsign approvals from the German Federal Aviation Authority for four Lufthansa passenger aircraft. These A330-300 transport medical goods to meet the growing demand for airfreight during the coronavirus crisis. Normally, long-haul aircraft of this type fly up to 236 business and leisure travellers around the world. Within 36 hours, we modified the aircraft for cargo transport.
Change of an Airbus A380
Several other change projects for different aircraft types are already in realization. A special highlight is that we have been awarded with the technical and engineering support for the operational change of a first Airbus A380.
Provisional Cargo Compartment
Due to the current crisis situation, not only the demand for air transport of medical supplies is growing, but also that for commercial goods. We developed the Provisional Cargo Compartment solution, certified via EASA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) to give operators the ability to remove passenger seats and install standard cargo pallets (known as PKC pallets) on the seat tracks using special attachments designed by Lufthansa Technik. All common aircraft types can quickly be converted into auxiliary freighters. The complete technical documentation for certification can easily be adapted to your aircraft. The conversion itself will be completed in approximatly 1-2 days.
Flexible low-cost container solution
This container-based option makes the transport of cargo in passenger compartments a lot easier and cheaper. Our Unit Load Device (ULD) can be seamlessly integrated into existing infrastructures. There is no need to adapt ground handling processes or to invest in any new equipment. It enables you to load weight and volume which is comparable to a cargo plane. Our container is fire resistant. Our container is fire resistant, accommodates two Euro pallets and can be loaded through normal aircraft passenger doors. With this solution you can respond flexibly and easily to fluctuating demand by short turnaround times and low modification costs.
Simple conversion thanks to GuideU
Designed for very easy installation, GuideU is the next generation of non-electrical floor path marking systems. GuideU consists of photoluminescent lighting strips on the cabin floor to guide passengers to the exits in the event of an emergency involving a cabin lighting failure. GuideU was designed with the customer in mind, combining ease of installation with low weight. No special tools are needed to install the system.
All electrical systems available on the market are mounted on the seats and would also be removed if the seats were removed. After retrofitting with GuideU, the corresponding rows of seats can be easily removed, thus creating more space for cargo.