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First C-check performed on Boeing-787 Dreamliner in Tashkent

25 September 2019

Specialists of the Uzbekistan Airways Technics airline successfully completed C-check form maintenance work on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner wide-body aircraft of Uzbekistan Airways.

This form of maintenance is one of the most difficult types of performance checks for all systems, equipment and aircraft structure. And therefore, special attention was paid to the preparation for its implementation. The engineering and logistics services of the airline were involved in the work, which for 6 months were involved in the assessment, analysis, planning, distribution of upcoming work and delivery of all necessary spare parts. Necessary ground equipment was also manufactured, specialized parking for the aircraft with racks and quick-access warehouses was prepared, special tools and control and testing equipment were purchased.

As a result of such thorough preparation, the C-check was carried out in the shortest possible time at a high level. All relevant checks, improvements to service bulletins and airworthiness directives have been carried out, engines, landing gear, wing mechanization, control systems, hydro and electric, oxygen and fire systems have been serviced, as well as software updates for aircraft systems. In addition, the carpet was completely updated, the seat covers of the passenger compartment were made and replaced, and the aircraft was partially restored.

It should be noted that Uzbekistan Airways Technics (UAT) is one of the leading centers for maintenance and repair of aircraft in the post-Soviet space and has certificates from the aviation authorities of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Europe (EASA) and Bermuda (BCAA). Maintenance and repair (MRO) of such aircraft as the Boeing 757/767/787, Airbus 300/310/318/319/320/321 and their components is carried out in the modern complex of the UAT airline, where MRO is currently being completed. Boeing 737 airliners.