MRO works on temporary cabin modifications for medical cargo


In response to the current situation in the aviation market and the changing needs of airlines, Magnetic MRO is focusing on providing temporary cabin modifications. The company’s DOA (EASA Part 21J) team is preparing to provide customers with cabin modifications for Covid-19 medical cargo transportation in primarily passenger cabin aircraft.

One modification option can be done while leaving the seats on board, with cargo boxes fixed in place using special straps; the second option allows the removal of seats to enable a change to the type of operations.

“Being able to support both options allowed by EASA enables prompt support so airlines can continue to operate and contribute to their countries during this difficult time,” said Vytis Petrusevicius, head of design organisation at Magnetic MRO. “Additionally, we can also support the execution of modification.”

The company’s DOA also holds STCs and can provide cabin modifications for the installation of medical stretchers on various aircraft types, including the A321 Family, B737-800, B747-400, B777-300, ATR and others.

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