Jewers Doors has for many years supplied contour doors that are specially shaped to encompass the fuselage of an aircraft in order to provide an environmental seal.
These doors allow part of an aircraft such as the nose or tail to be within the controlled environment of a hangar for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operations.
With part (often the major part) of an aircraft remaining outside the hangar, space within the hangar is available for other aircraft to be worked upon, thus increasing productivity.
Such an arrangement also means that MRO operations can be undertaken on larger Code E and F aircraft in hangars that would otherwise be too small.
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