Whats in it for the airline?

It is understandable that you ask yourself: what’s in it for me? We at THOMS Aviation turned this question around and asked ourselves: what is the added value of our service towards our customers?

At THOMS Aviation we offer a cleaning service with a flexible team that ensures quality, while focussing on the needs of the customer. Our employees are customer orientated, and work with a passion to deliver the best services

No extra ground time needed

No extra ground time needed, what does this mean? Simply put, it means that our core competence lies in offering a flexible cleaning service. The value of being flexible is something that is beneficial for airliners because, while the plane is in for maintenance, our employees can simultaneously provide the cleaning service. This parallel working method provides airlines to be more efficient, and thus reduce cost.  

Paint life prolonged by 20%

The continuous use of our drywash service will ensure that your aircraft will be coated with a protective layer. The protective layer assures that the longevity of the paint increases by 20% paint of the aircraft. This of course has a direct effect on the maintenance costs of the aircraft.

Up to 60% less cleaning

Regularly cleaning airplanes will result in a reduction of cleaning time. If for example an airplane is cleaned for the first time, than the second time of cleaning will be reduced signifcantly. The drywash ensures that a protective liar of chemicals are applied

Reducing water consumption

At THOMS Aviation reducing the water wastage on airports is viewed as a key target. With the use of modern technology (i.e. drywash) we want to create awareness among airliners that cleaning aircrafts the traditional way (i.e. with  a lot of water and soap) is out-dated, and doesn’t fit the current environmental consciences’ trend

Aviation Approved

All of our products are tested and Aviation approved.

Exterior and general cleaning conforms:
- Sandwich Corrosion Test
- Acrylic Crazing Test
- Paint Softening
- Hydrogen Embrittlement Test
- Polycarbonate Crazing Test
- Total Immerson Test
- Low- Temperature Stability