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Aircraft Structure & Repairs
PMV Groupe, through PMV Engineering, provides Aircraft structural modifications and repairs. Our capabilities include modifications and repairs required for both interior and exterior fuselage components related to the integration of cabin upgrades, new systems from small antenna doublers to cargo conversion.
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PMV Groupe structure engineers design and substantiate major/minor changes and repairs for metallic fuselage, primary and secondary structure.
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For installation of items of mass on seats or cabin monuments or those attached to the Aircraft structure like antenna doublers or metallic supports, our engineers can perform:
- Modification’s design,
- Static strength calculation,
- Fatigue & Damage Tolerance analysis.
PMV Engineering team performs:
- Damage assessment,
- Repairs solution design,
- Justification dossier,
- Minor/Major repairs approval.
To support the ATR Aircraft Pax to Freighter (P2F) STCs, Bulk Freighter Conversion (BFC) and Large Cargo Door (LCD) owned by IPR Conversions (Switzerland) Ltd and inherited from the original manufacturer Alenia, PMV Groupe takes care of all aspects:
- Management of the deviations found during the working party,
- Design of structural repairs,
- Design of changes for installation kit optimization,
- Certification support (EASA/FAA/TCCA).
Last update: ATR72 Bulk Freighter Conversion – Validation under FAA STC ST11175IB
This FAA validation will ease aircraft authority transfer, part of the aircraft redelivery process.
This validation thus allows aircraft owners saving time and cost during the transfer, since it avoids the involvement of a Designated Engineering Representative (DER).
We now offers a whole range of cargo conversion fully certified by EASA, and validated by both FAA & TCCA, through the STC owned by IPR Conversions (Switzerland) Ltd.
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