With fuel prices soaring, LEKTRO shows how aircraft tugs are saving many consumers money.
Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/19/2013 -- When Eric Paulson was named Lektro's president in 1985, he knew he had big shoes to fill. Today, Lektro is the leading manufacturer of towbarless aircraft towing vehicles.
As airlines continue to struggle financially, Lektro provides solutions to help save airlines, airports, and air fields money every year. Their aircraft tugs answer many problems facing the aviation industry.
Lekto aircraft tugs prevent unnecessary wear on aircraft, while also saving wasted time and energy on previously complicated hookup processes. Customers will also appreciate the time saved on personnel training.
The essential component of every Lekto aircraft tug is its ultra powerful electric motor. This magnificent motor, with a full charge, is able to run through two of a customers busiest shifts. This same motor is quiet enough that crews have better communication. Both of these elements vastly improve time management, saving clients even more money.
Another area of savings is in the costs associated with maintenance. These aircraft tugs run on batteries and water. No oil changes, no tune ups, and very few parts to replace makes the aircraft tug an attractive addition to any airline.
Finally, there's also the savings associated with wasted fuel. With a Lektro aircraft tug on site, airlines don't have to bother driving themselves to the gate. Shut down the engine and let these tugs do their jobs. It'll save a few hundred dollars in fuel, which may not seem like a lot, but those savings add up fast.
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