Innotech Aviation Adds Filter Installs, Paint Facility

AINmxReports » October 15, 2008
October 15, 2008, 12:37 PM

Under a partnership agreement signed with Air Data, Innotech Aviation’s Montreal completion center will install Air Data JetAir bio-protection systems (BPS) on Bombardier Global Expresses. The JetAir BPS uses “cold plasma ionic interaction” technology, which catches and inactivates air contaminants and reduces “harmful and annoying gases against which traditional filters have no effect,” according to Innotech. The JetAir BPS lowers ozone substantially as well. Innotech also announced that it now offers major 4C and 8C airframe inspections for the Global Express series, including a 40-day 8C Global inspection. At Montreal Trudeau International Airport, Innotech has opened a new 40,000-sq-ft paint shop featuring separate paint-preparation and paint-application bays, making the company a full-service refurb and completions facility. “We have been preparing for this a long time,” said paint shop operations manager Mark Savoie. “Now Innotech offers the ‘complete’ completion, and our customers are the direct beneficiaries of our significant investment.”

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