At the forefront of engineering for over three decades, Mallaghan is now a leading supplier of airport ground support equipment (GSE) with products sold in over 100 countries and its GSE operational in every continent.
Mallaghan boasts one of the most extensive product portfolios in the industry with 15 product groups and more than 100 equipment models of aircraft washers and de-icers; airside training vehicles; catering and cabin cleaning trucks; fire rescue stairs; fuel tankers; passenger stairs; maintenance platform lifts; water service trucks and many more.
All products are designed and manufactured from the two production facilities in Ireland and in Georgia, United States.
Strengthening the Portfolio
In 2019, Mallaghan entered the airport bus market with the introduction of the Árbus which carries up to 118 passengers and includes a range of options that can be tailored exactly to the requirements of the customer.
Niall Mallaghan, Director at Mallaghan said: “Innovation for aviation has always been at the core of our business and the airport bus, researched and designed by our talented team in Northern Ireland, is no exception.”
Ryanair became the launch customer with a multi-million- pound (GBP) order for a fleet of 32 airport buses. The airline is a longstanding customer of Mallaghan and has utilised its ground support equipment at bases across Europe for the last two decades.
The Árbus is now active at a number of Ryanair bases across Europe including Madrid, Palma and Fuerteventura.
Ground support equipment manufacturer Mallaghan has unveiled its newest range of Fire Rescue Stair, the 6x6 at the Dubai Airshow.
Mallaghan has upped its commitment to green aviation with the launch of i-tec to further develop its range of eco-friendly, electric products.
Mallaghan has been appointed by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to develop its first mobile Airside Training Unit.
Mallaghan Engineering has announced a multimillion-dollar contract with Delta Air Lines for the supply of bespoke Maintenance Platform Lifts.
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