21G approval brings Dräxlmaier into aviation industry

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One year after launch, Dräxlmaier Aviation GmbH (DAG), the new subsidiary of Dräxlmaier Group, a premium automotive supplier, has achieved Part 21G approval from the German Federal Office of Civil Aviation. The timing of this approval is in keeping with the timetable the company announced at the start of 2013.

Left: The Dräxlmaier Aviation Enclosure Concept. The company’s innovations are finding their way from the automobile industry into aviation, including individual interior concepts

Thus, the Dräxlmaier Group, which develops and produces interior components and complete interiors for premium automotive manufacturers, has now been given the green light to enter the aviation market as well.

Dräxlmaier Aviation Group CEO Klaus Schlarb commented, “The 21G approval allows us to utilize the benefits of almost 70 years of experience supplying the automotive industry with premium products from development, through prototyping and product design to industrialization and series production. The development and production of high-end seating, interior surfaces and kinematics has become a new trademark of the Dräxlmaier Group’s aviation business.”

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