Our original standard inflatable shelters quickly encapsulate the engine, windscreen and fuselage of most aircraft in minutes making it the smarter alternative to the traditional aircraft maintenance hangar. Fully protect both people and planes.
Quick and easy to install. Compact enough to fly and store anywhere.
Types of Inflatable Aircraft Shelters
C17 Engine Change Shelter
Even our largest engine change shelters can be inflated within minutes. This video was shot mid-Winter, in Northern Canada. Temperature -26° C (-15F).
B747 Outboard Aircraft Shelter
When you don’t have a hangar to take your aircraft to, the next best thing is to take one of our protective aircraft shelters to your plane instead.
Engine Maintenance Shelter
Our best selling, patented Engine Change Shelters will save you money by reducing the downtime involved in moving aircraft from the ramp to the hangar whilst providing a simple solution for aircraft recovery tasks.
A320 Engine Change Shelter
Nose Maintenance Shelter
These aircraft maintenance shelters are used for several tasks including radome maintenance, windshield replacement, nose landing gear inspection and aluminium/composite panel repair work. Some models enclose the main door and airstairs.
A320 Nose Maintenance Shelter
Fuselage Maintenance Shelter
Fuselage shelters are ideal for window maintenance and repairs, sheet-metal or composite repairs, application and removal of decals, localized spray painting and door/cargo handling mechanism maintenance and inspections.
A320 Fuselage Maintenance Shelter
Propeller Maintenance Shelter
These aircraft shelters are extensively used by both the military and civilian operators for tasks including propeller removal, inspection, lubrication and maintenance applications.
MEWP Maintenance Shelter
One of our smallest yet most functional aircraft shelters, this multi-purpose unit provides an enclosed and portable work space on top of your scissors lift or mobile elevated work platform.
What Our Customers Say
The job could not have been done without the shelter as it was absolutely essential to have dry conditions for the particular engine. It is an amazing piece of kit!
A319 Engine Change Shelter
You saved our fingers in Cordova, Alaska – 3 days and 3° Fahrenheit, No Injuries! …. Thanks!
B737 Engine Change Shelter