Tight tolerances for skin variances has significantly increased the ground time required for Hawker 800 series RVSM maintenance. Many operators have landed at remote locations for AOG avionics servicing, only to discover that those locations were not capable of restoring the aircraft's RVSM certification.
Is there a way to access Hawker 800 / 800XP avionics boxes at a remote location without disturbing RVSM critical areas? Most definitely. Yes. This field guide explores the issues surrounding RVSM recertification, and ways to avoid disturbing RVSM critical areas when accessing the avionics nose bay.
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