Aviation


Is your airport ready for the next aircraft recovery incident?

Empowering airports and airlines with aircraft recovery equipment and training solutions

RECOVER DISABLED AIRCRAFTS QUICKLY


Our solutions ensure versatile recovery equipment combinations to recover the widest range of aircrafts efficiently.

TRAIN YOUR TEAMS


Maintain your teams’ aircraft recovery competencies by giving them the right training, we provide aircraft recovery training at several locations around the world

KEEP YOUR AIRPORT/RUNWAY OPEN & MINIMISE DOWNTIMES


Having the right recovery equipment and the correct training have proven to reduce airport and runway closure times during actual aircraft incidents and therefore decrease risk and losses for airports.

Our Role in Aviation


IATA (International Air Transport Association) is the renowned association for the world’s airlines. Each year they host an Aircraft Recovery Task Force (ARTF) conference to review and evaluate incidents where aircrafts have become disabled during take-off or landing. Incidents typically result in aircrafts being stranded on runways, taxiways, or in off-runway areas such as grass, sand, snow or ice. At their 2019 Conference it was revealed that 130 incidents occurred at airports around the world during 2018, resulting in an average closure time for runways of 15 hours. The figures released by IATA do not include military airbase incidents.

Airports and military air forces face increasing pressure to keep runways operating smoothly, both in practical and commercial terms. The ability to recover disabled aircrafts quickly, effectively, and safely is vital to retain passenger confidence, protect the reputation of the airports concerned, ensure freight services are not compromised, maintain revenue streams, and protect national security.

Most recoveries are conducted by fire & rescue/operational staff who have been specially trained in this field. Recoveries also require specialist equipment to reduce the potential for costly secondary damage to aircraft during recovery exercises.

This is a specialised industry where Structurus has been playing a vital role over the past years.

Aircraft Recovery Equipment

We work with industry-leading aircraft recovery specialists who design and manufacture world-renowned aircraft recovery systems

Aircraft Recovery Training

We provide access to internationally recognised aircraft recovery instructors and training centres worldwide

Our Clients


Ugurel
Heydar Aliyev International Airport
Ashgabat International Airport
Polimeks
Jet Aviation

Case Studies


Structurus Soars to New Heights with ISO Certification!

Structurus Soars to New Heights with ISO Certification!

We're thrilled to announce that Structurus has achieved ISO certification in Simulation Systems! This prestigious accreditation signifies our unwavering dedication to delivering exceptional quality and cutting-edge technology within the simulation industry. Read More

Posted on Jun 02,2024
Turbulence Triggers Emergency Landing for Qatar Airways Flight

Turbulence Triggers Emergency Landing for Qatar Airways Flig...

A Qatar Airways flight (QR017) traveling from Doha to Dublin encountered severe turbulence while flying over Turkey on Sunday (May 26th, 2024). The incident resulted in the aircraft experiencing cabin injuries and prompting an emergency landing in Dublin. Read More

Posted on May 26,2024
Close Call for Emirates as Plane Strikes Flock of Flamingos

Close Call for Emirates as Plane Strikes Flock of Flamingos

An Emirates Boeing 777 flying from Dubai to Mumbai encountered a flock of flamingos while on approach to the airport on Monday. Thankfully, the pilots were able to land the aircraft safely despite the bird strike. Read More

Posted on May 22,2024
Garuda Indonesia Flight Lands Safely After Engine Fire

Garuda Indonesia Flight Lands Safely After Engine Fire

A Garuda Indonesia Boeing 747 (flight #Garuda-1105) flying from Indonesia to Saudi Arabia experienced an engine fire on Wednesday. The pilots reacted swiftly and diverted the plane back to its original airport in Makassar, Indonesia. Read More

Posted on May 15,2024
FedEx Boeing 767 Touches Down Without Nose Gear at Istanbul Airport

FedEx Boeing 767 Touches Down Without Nose Gear at Istanbul ...

On May 8th, 2024, drama unfolded at Istanbul Airport as a FedEx Boeing 767 cargo plane (flight FX6238) flying from Paris encountered a landing gear malfunction. The nose landing gear failed to deploy, forcing the pilots to attempt a complex emergency landing. Read More

Posted on May 09,2024
Empowering Airport Safety: FAAN Completes Intensive Aircraft Recovery Training

Empowering Airport Safety: FAAN Completes Intensive Aircraft...

In a bid to bolster airport safety measures, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) recently completed a rigorous three-day aircraft recovery training program at Cotswolds Airport, UK. Read More

Posted on Apr 01,2024

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