Turkish Airlines MRO Hangar
Rubb was selected to build a large MRO hangar for Turkish Airlines and maintenance support arm Turkish Technic.
Hangars designed to protect your investment
Rubb aircraft hangars use state-of-art membrane materials & frames, can you explain the difference between the membrane materials & frames used by Rubb hangars and other competitive companies? How are they more economical compared to other Aviation buildings?
Making the green choice when investing in hangar space
As the MRO and aviation industry changes and grows there has been an upturn in demand for Rubb fabric hybrid modular hangars. This is due to the efficient design and building system employed by Rubb.
Why are airlines choosing temporary fabric aircraft hangars during the COVID-19 crisis?
With travel restrictions in place across the globe, the aviation industry is now facing an unprecedentedly low demand.
Air Supported Buildings VS Rubb Fabric Structures
Bubbles, sport bubbles, and air supported buildings are popular and affordable alternatives to traditional construction and framed tensioned fabric structures such as Rubb’s solutions.
Rubb to provide hangar for Bro Tathan Business Park
Rubb has landed a contract to design and build a new MRO hangar on the Welsh Government’s 1,200 acres business park in the Vale of Glamorgan.
RAF Akrotiri Storage Facilities
Rubb has supplied two structures for RAF Akrotiri: a climate-controlled storage solution, and an additional storage facility.
RNAS Culdrose Helicopter Hangar
Rubb has provided a solution for RNAS Culdrose, the largest helicopter base in Europe.
Rubb and Hallmaker hangars help European airports achieve carbon neutral goals
ACI Europe have shared that 50 European airports are carbon neutral, ahead of their goal of 100 by 2020.