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cargo and its personnel have extensive experience of managing projects for the industry all over the world. In 2013, Volga-Dnepr Airlines carried more than 50 space industry shipments and since its launch over 20 years ago, the airline has successfully operated more than 3,500 flights delivering satellites and other aerospace equipment.


The Türksat 4A telecommunications satellite was produced by the Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in Japan on behalf of Turkey’s communications satellite operator Türksat AS. It will provide Turkey, Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa with TV broadcasting and broadband communications.


TÜRKSAT TELECOMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE MOVES FROM JAPAN TO KAZAKHSTAN


Volga-Dnepr Airlines has delivered the Türksat 4A telecommunications satellite from Japan to Kazakhstan in its latest specialist delivery on behalf of the space industry.


The satellite was placed into a special container for its flight onboard one of the airline’s An-124-100 ‘Ruslan’ freighters. The total weight of the cargo was 60 tons. During the flight and technical stops a constant temperature of 10°C


was maintained to protect the satellite’s sensitive technology. The high value space equipment also required precise and delicate handling during loading and unloading.


Experts from Japan arrived in Kazakhstan onboard the An-124-100 to participate in the launch of the Türksat 4A satellite from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, which is scheduled to take place in February.


Volga-Dnepr is one of the world’s leading transporters of aerospace


VDT ENHANCES MRO SERVICES FOR WESTERN-BUILT AIRCRAFT


Volga-Dnepr Technics’ Leipzig-based maintenance base has expanded its current scope of activities for Western-built aircraft.


The renewed scope of its EASA Part 145 certificate now enables VDT to extend A-check services on Boeing 737-300/-400/-500 and 747-8F and 747-400 (PW-4000) aircraft. The company’s Rating C14 has also been expanded to cover wheel and brake repair shop activities on a variety of Boeing 747 aircraft models.


“We continuously strive to improve the quality and range of our services.


The successful audits by European authorities have confirmed our efforts. Credit for this goes to the hard work and dedication of all employees, and, in 2014, we aim to reach a new height – C-check capability on Western aircraft,” said VDT’s Managing Director, Ildar Ilyasov.


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