component shop

how we ensure safety.

As a service provider in aviation, you have to prove three things: skills, passion and … approvals! And that is absolutely the way it should be. Aviation is all about the safety of thousands of passengers – and ensuring that flight operations run as smoothly as possible. For this very reason, it is particularly important to us that our component workshop in Zurich operates to the high standards of aviation. The requirements of the EASA Part 145 Maintenance Organization approval apply to all areas of the component workshop, the coffee machine repair, battery and oxygen workshop.

coffee maker repair.

For many passengers, freshly brewed coffee is simply part of the flight experience. Accordingly, coffee and espresso machines are used intensively on airplanes. In addition, regular maintenance of aircraft components, where water, steam, and electrical parts come together, is essential for safety and smooth operation.

Whether your machine is not brewing properly, producing weak coffee, or needs a general tune-up, we can help. Whether simple repairs or a complete overhaul, we will get your machine running like new again.

At the coffee maker shop, we repair and maintain coffee maker and espresso maker machines of these types:

  • Coffee maker series: 4510-* 4610-*
  • Espresso maker series: 4590-*

battery shop.

The power supply in aircraft is of paramount importance for safety and smooth operation. That is why aircraft batteries are subject to stringent quality control standards. They must be regularly tested and maintained to ensure they are always in good condition and ready to do their job. A good maintenance program will ensure that your batteries are working correctly and extend their life and save money in the long run.

In our battery store in Zurich, we test, maintain and charge aircraft batteries of these types:

  • Part number 2758
  • Part number 405CH
  • Part number 425CK1
  • Emergency Battery Pack 2314-31

oxygen shop.

Portable Oxygen Cylinder Assemblies are used in aircraft to provide emergency oxygen to passengers and crew. While commercial aircraft have built-in systems for supplying oxygen to passengers in the event of decompression in the cabin, private and business jets rely on these portable solutions. Oxygen is used much more often for minor emergencies, e.g., when a passenger suffers from motion sickness or cannot cope with turbulence.

In our oxygen shop, we refill portable oxygen cylinders in various sizes and designs – e.g., type 9700-*.

AeroVisto Interior Services AG is a certified Part 145 EASA Maintenance Organization and a Part 21G EASA Production Organization and delivers the needed documentation with every service. This includes the Engineering Order, STC, Major Change, Minor Change Certification and EASA Form 1. We take care about the complete coordination of the certification including flammbility sampling and testing and interaction between our production engineering and the corresponding team of the approved EASA 21J Design Organisation.

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