An aircraft jack is an extremely important item. Not only does it allow aircraft technicians to work on and fix issues with an aircraft, but it keeps these technicians safe. Without a properly functioning aircraft jack, costly damage could occur or lives could be in danger. Repair of an aircraft jack should not be taken lightly.
In this whitepaper, we will take a look at the dangers of using a damaged aircraft jack, what parts of a jack can be repaired, what the costs and downtime are involved in repairing one and where you can find a suitable repair provider for your aircraft jack.
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