Aero and Industrial Services (AIS) is using its appearance at Le Bourget this week to tell potential customers about a new rapid response capability.

AIS, housed in Hall 2/H14, is operating a repair or replace system of maintenance from its base in Burnley, UK, and completed a same-day project for Air Zimbabwe in the run-up to show week.



Sales and marketing manager Neil Hodgson says the speed of the operation is critical to keeping the customer happy: "Air Zimbabwe needed a replacement tailpipe within hours.

"We had already established that a repair was out of the question.

"The fact that we were able to respond and keep the aircraft in service proved how important efficiency is to our operation."

The company is making its debut at the show as part of the Consortium of Lancashire Aerospace.

Source: Flight Daily News