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Leki Aviation signs exclusive global distributorship with Rhine Air

Posted 15 January 2018 · Add Comment

Leki Aviation has announced its exclusive global distribution partnership in commercial and general aviation support with Rhine Air.

Listed in the Boeing and Embraer Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM), the lightweight and cost-efficient ventilating systems and respiratory protection equipment from Rhine Air are unique solutions for both fixed installations and on-site maintenance jobs. According to Peter Kjeldsen, COO of Leki Aviation, “Rhine Air’s products are great for aircraft fuel tank maintenance operations as they are both affordable, flexible and effective, which allows us to offer customers with solutions that can greatly reduce maintenance turn times and labor costs.”

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