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About Daniel DM Gonçalves - Airtrends Managing Director

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Professional with more than 27 years of experience in commercial aviation, always in the areas of maintenance and engineering. Graduated in Naval Engineering with specialization in Structures from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo, he holds an MBA in Marketing Management from UNICEP and in Transportation from the University of Miami, as well as a specialization in aeronautical management from Embry Riddle Aeronautical College and Industrial Administration by the Vanzolini Foundation.


He began his professional activities in the area of ​​Structural Engineering and later migrated to the maintenance area, where he worked on the setup of TAM Airlines MRO. There, he acted as Maintenance Manager, Customer Support and later Engineering Manager.







In 2015, he assumed the Technical Directorate of a company of aeronautical projects and constructions, having directed the development and manufacture of a manned airship and tethered aerostats for persistent vigilance. 


In 2017, he founded Airtrends Consultancy & Services, a company focused on aircraft maintenance management and (re) delivery processes, as well as acting in the technical-commercial representation of American & British companies engaged in aircraft repairs & OHs, air-cell structures, and weighing platforms.


Airtrends has today important partners in aviation, focusing on activities related to aircraft maintenance, from specialized labor, to management of major repairs and maintenance, documentation, audits, modifications and certifications, and aircraft transfer processes - (re)deliveries.

Excellence through knowledge, partnerships and networking

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  • Aircraft Transfers - (re)deliveries
  • Base Maintenance management
  • Structural Repairs & NDT 
  • Temporary Labor
  • Commercial Representations

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Detailed Scope


  • Commercial Aircrafts Transfers - (re)deliveries

  1. Analysis of leasing contracts
  2. Physical & records audits for pre-purchase and mid-lease
  3. Nose-to-tail redelivery management, providing production follow-up, costs and TAT control
  4. In depth analysis of technical records, providing robust and complete documentation, as well as components back-to-birth research
  5. Extensive network of third party services (ferry flights, borescope inspections, specialized repairs, CAMO support, AOG parts supply, and components exchange management)

  • Aircraft Base Maintenance

  1. Contracts analysis
  2. MRO selection
  3. Project management
  4. Production, records, and costs control

  • Structural Repairs & NDT (through partnership with APS)

  1. Complex repairs (composite & sheetmetal) on: nose radomes, belly fairings, landing gear doors, flaps and flap-tracks, ailerons, rudders, slats and leading edges
  2. NDT inspections: dye penetrant, magnetic particle, eddy current, ultrasound, rotor-probe, hardness and X-ray analysis, thermography & ELCH test; heat treatments, sandblasting (grit, starch, plastic), metal spray
  3. Both with dual ANAC & EASA release

  • Temporary Labor (through partnership with AWS)

  1. Extensive database of technicians, inspectors and engineers covering all ATA chapters, available for projects worldwide

  • Commercial Representations

  1. LINDSTRAND Inflatable Hangars & Shelters
  2. INTERCOMP weighing platforms

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Inflatable Hangars & Shelters - details

  

  • Objective: these air cell structures are indicated when:
    • Its use is temporary;
    • The logistics of positioning traditional structures is costly and complex;
    • The impact on the ground (e.g. airport or forest) have to be null;
    • The number of people available for installation is limited.
  • Characteristics: these shelters:
    • Can be stored in fabric bags, and easily carried  in helicopters, boats or small cargo vehicles;
    • Few persons are sufficient for assembly;
    • Assembly time (unloading, opening, preparation, and inflation) is very quick - e.g. for a 20m x 20m hangar, it takes around 2 hours only;
    • They are autonomous structures, and only require fuel for the pneumatic compressor. This fuel can be the helicopter kerosene. Electrical power for air pumps can be used if available;
    • It is not required any special preparation of the base soil, and the hangar can be fixed with spikes or       stabilized with ballast (stones, water, etc.);
    • Due to their simplicity of installation, they do not cause any harm to the base floor, as they do not require foundations, therefore the approvals for installation on airports are simpler and faster than for traditional types of hangar;
    • In the case of use in the jungle, after the removal, the physical and environmental impact left is null;
    • Good wind resistance: a 20m x 20m hangar withstands up to 50 knots. Used fabrics are extremely resistant and comply with the European standards of construction and flammability: M2 (NFP 92-507), BS 7837 and Euroclass B Rating 13501-1 EN-s2-d0;
    • The structure durability is a function of its use, but in non extreme environments (deserts or poles), it is more than ten years, usually twenty;
    • After use, simply deflate, remove all the air, wash and dry. Storage is simple, good for long periods, if kept in a dry and dark room. Otherwise, the framework       does not require other care or maintenance.


  • Conclusion: these air cell structures are ideal when the following requirements are paramount:
    • Portability
    • Environment preservation
    • Simplicity & Autonomy
    • Design Flexibility to meet the specific needs of your operation


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CONTACT


Airtrends Consultancy & Services

CNPJ 28.621.223/0001-95 

DUNS # 94.649.6118 

E-mail: daniel.dmg@airtrends.com.br

Phone: +55 16 981577951


Rua Joaquim De Meira Botelho São Carlos - São Paulo, Brazil