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Maintainance Experience with ACG-air-craft EDFQ 10 Monate 1 Woche her #350

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Now it is round about 2 years ago since my reports about ACG air craft service on my plane.
Some of the commentators should ask themselves:
- what is the purpose and the deeper sense of such a forum?
- The commentators compare oxygen filling, paperwork for reflagging, a Cessna (150?) maintainance or commentators who are not even customers of ACG or other minor maintainance tasks with the complex repair of a high performance aircraft and draw conclusions based on, yes, based on what really? Oxygen filling??
- I do not want to comment on whether this is sensible or not.
In fact, hadn´t I had experienced and professional third party support by Mr. Stephan Servatius (3 experimental aircraft builder, retired airway controller, aviation instructor, active ATPL) I might have put my life at risk or even lost it (I remind only one single fact that the screws for the landing gear were missing at the time of the planned test flight and others).
The awareness of the commentators should have been raised when an experienced aviator like him refuses twice to test flight this aircraft at that time after he himself had inspected it and spent 2x2days over there.
As an optimist I hope that ACG had learned from this experience as well. And yes, they had been friendly.
After final (second) delivery, at my homebase substantial work hours had to be done to improve or correct the works done over there (It is not my intention to list all these now and here). Meanwhile - and to mention that I installed other upgrades what has nothing to do with the work described above - the aircraft became reliable. I fly regularly/weekly long range in IFR and at night, mainly to the UK/Scotland.
I wrote the reports to the benefit of others but I got the impression that some of the commentators were unable to understand this, preferring to make politics here.

There´s a saying: good experience comes from bad experience and good performance comes from learning from bad experience.
If some of the audience preferres to read only success stories, so be it. If some of You consider it a shame to report about bad experiences and hide it, as a result there´s no chance for improvements and learning.
With kindest regards
K.L.
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Maintainance Experience with ACG-air-craft EDFQ 5 Monate 1 Woche her #366

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Dear Doctor!

In your last post you stated, some commentators are unable to understand the issue and are just doing politics. Thanks a lot for these compliments! In my opinion the only one doing politics is you, against ACG-air-craft. You told us about other customers being unhappy with their services. Where are they ? Nobody in this thread belongs to them. I didn't hear anything bad about them.

On the other hand, you said that our opinions are based on small maintenance tasks like oxygen filling or a cessna maintenance. That's right. A wing spar corrosion isn't daily business. As a physician you probably know that bad sayings about a colleague doesn't highlight you in a positive way. So why do you try do damage the reputation of Mr. Schiedek-Jacht and Mr. Schneider ? It evens seems that you blame them in your initital post, that theire maintenance causes major trouble in your professional life:

" Just to mention: I work as a specialist physician in Germany, UK and other countries. Thus, not having my plane created a major problem to my professional life and business. But this didn´t bother ACG-air-craft at all."

I don't want to comment this in any way. I just have a recommendation for you: if your professional life and business depends on a reliable airplane, I strongly recommend to buy the next time an airworthy aircraft with a complete maintainance story, not flown for years without airworthiness and obvious maintenance issues.

Fly safe - and fast !
With kindest regards
Lukas Straubinger
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