Aircraft Positioning Units/Tugs for Airport Operations, MRO, FBO & Aircraft Production
2003: Kersten Eckert, Pilot, owner of the first Cirrus in Europe and founder of Mototok International GmbH, was annoyed every time he wants to fetch his machine from the very back position of the hangar.
With a conventionally diesel tow tractor it was an awkward task. He thought by himself – that must be done very much easier! And started with the unique idea of a towbarless electric driven and wireless controlled tug: The first Mototok was born.
Over the years Mototok International grew up tremendeous and expanded its range of products. Nowadays you can find Mototoks towing aircraft up to 195 tons all around the world on airports, production plants and even military aircraft carrier.
Due to its compact design a Mototok can be used for all kind of tasks in a hangar, on the apron or anywhere you want!
To find out more visit MOTOTOK at inter airport Europe 2017, Munich, 10th – 13th October 2017, Hall B6, Stand 2506
From 10th – 13th October 2017, inter airport Europe 2017, the 21st International Exhibition for Airport Equipment, Technology, Design and Services will take place at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. Renowned as the leading one stop shop event for the entire airport industry, inter airport Europe is the first choice for airport operators when it comes to sourcing the latest airport equipment, technology and services for ground handling, terminal operations, airport IT and airport design. With its international audience of industry professionals from airports, airlines, air cargo carriers and aviation support the exhibition offers suppliers to the airport sector a unique marketing platform.
The last inter airport Europe in 2015, the 20th anniversary edition, was a great success. With a total of 676 exhibitors from 44 countries and a net floor space of 29,870 m², inter airport Europe 2015 could further increase its exhibitor numbers and floor space by 5.5% each compared with the previous event. During the four exhibition days, a total of 12,705 trade visitors from 110 countries came to the Munich Trade Fair Centre to discover the latest trends in the airport industry and specify innovative equipment and systems.