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Airliner towbar DOLLY series
for airport

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Characteristics

Applications
for airliners
Domain
for airport

Description

A damaged airplane blocking a runway or the airport apron can have various causes, ranging, for example, from tire failure to a broken axle, a damaged rim or a locked brake. Especially at highly frequency airports or airports with only one runway, a swift and efficient reaction to this situation is essential in order to prevent runway closure. Our dollies ensure that operations are able to resume as quickly as possible, making them a musthave for airports around the world. The individual systems can be expanded as required to cover even larger claims. Every year, more and more people travel by air. This means a constant increase in air traffic volume, leading to a higher frequency of take-offs and landings that airports have to cope with. In this situation, a damaged airplane blocking a runway not only leads to delays for passengers, but can also result in quickly accumulating extra expenses for all involved. NLG/MLG* with one tire Hydraulic hand pump to lift platform NLG/MLG* with one axle Choice of wear plates for easier recovery Hydraulic hand pump for aircraft pick-up NLG/MLG* with one axle Choice of wear plates for easier recovery Power pack for aircraft pick-up and steering Remote control for steering MLG* with two or more axles 2x dolly 50 t combined Choice of wear plates for easier recovery Power pack for aircraft pick-up and steering Remote control for steering

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