No stagnancy in sight -

ARTS corporate development

Our industry is certainly still young. But it has developed into a strong economic engine in a very short time. From the beginning it has been driven by people who, like us, are passionate about aviation.

Gerald Unger founded ARTS (Aircraft Related Technical Services) in 2000, and ever since it has been connected with aircraft. He recalls the first order well: Together with Lufthansa Technik, a team of 10 ARTS workers refurbished a flier into freighter in Hamburg. This success inspired ARTS to conquer the industry in the next few years, and to develop a sophisticated labour-intensive services portfolio, and confidence in the Airbus and many other industry sizes.  

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ARTS has been steadily growing  since 2000

ARTS has established itself as a strong partner in the aerospace industry since its foundation in 2000. New customers have consistently been acquired due to its industry expertise, reliability, and quality services. As a result ARTS has been able to continuously push head on its path to growth. 

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We at ARTS  want to continue the legacy of aviation pioneers of yesteryear.

With now more than 500 employees at 25 project sites, we are able to support the European aerospace industry with our expertise. Every day our technical and commercial experts are working to make the dream of flying a reality for as many people as possible.  

But only those who pursue their  dreams will dare to take a step forward.

ARTS wants to push ahead, and take others along with it on this exciting journey. The aircraft is now regarded as the safest means of transport ever, and together with our partners from the industry, we are working under high pressure on new concepts for making aircraft lighter, more efficient, and even more comfortable.

Once we have achieved goals, we immediately move on to the next ones. Because stagnancy was and is a foreign word in the aerospace industry and for ARTS.