Engine Access Stand built for B777 Aircraft at Air Canada
Engine Access Stand
Regular Engine Maintenance
The Aviation Platform Stand was originally engineered and designed to replace the “B” series stands (1 through 7) which were originally designed and produced in the early 1950’s to support the highly classified and state of the art B-52, KC-135 and several other new generation aircraft of the era.
We were thrilled to be at this FedEx facility recently. Our line of aviation access and safety platforms/ladders provides safe and efficient access to a wide variety of aircraft. Pictured is the Aircraft Maintenance Stand and the Landing Gear Access Stand.
This stand is tested and operational on the 767-300 aircraft demonstrating safety compliance and flexibility. The unit has been designed and tested on all Boeing wide body aircraft, is compatible with the Airbus wide body family, as well as the B757 both in the main and nose gear positions.