Saturday, 23 May 2020

Back to work for Iberia's Maintenance Team

Photo  Iberia
Even when the vast majority of an airlines aircraft are grounded,  a small tea of dedicated workers are needed to check and care for those silent and still mechanical birds and ensure they are ready to soar into the skies in the near future.

Since the current coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic began,  the maintenance team at Iberia Maintenance have been working, retaining a certain level of productivity, whilst protecting the health of their employees, customers and suppliers and all the time adapting to the situation and to what is widely being considered the 'new normal' as well as getting ready to face the challenges yet to arise.

Following the clear guidance of Health and Safety, Iberia Maintenance has developed a complete Health and Hygiene Plan for employees, with which it has established an advanced level of protection against COVID-19 in its facilities. This plan includes the tests on all employees as they return to work, disinfection of facilities, new cleaning protocols, use of PPE, hygienic, technical and other measures such as working from home for some employees.

Thanks to this new way of working, Iberia Maintenance is focused on the needs of its customers and is ready to increase its activity, with a ramp-up of its productivity ready to cope with new expected market demand.

The team at Iberia Maintenance stand ready to support the needs of their customers in these complicated times, both with the usual scheduled checks and other operations including lease return activity, aircraft parking and preservation tasks.

André Wall, Iberia Maintenance Chief Technical Officer said: “Now more than ever, we want to be close to airlines, lessors, manufacturers, suppliers and passengers. Together, we will overcome this crisis as soon as possible”:

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