Mototok International GmbH

Booth number K81

Electrically driven and remotely controlled tugs for aircraft up to 250 t. For use in hangars and for pushbacks. Increase your ground handling operations efficiency significantly!

About us

Mototok electrically driven and remotely controlled tugs changes the way of moving aircraft. A single person is able to maintain an all-round view of the aircraft and thus supervise its movements on their own. Up to 60% less space is required for parking and manoeuvring in the hangar. Mototok saves significantly personnel costs and shunting times.

Mototok tugs are designed for aircraft with single or double nose wheels. They are picked up using a "one-click function" that takes only 15 seconds. Operating the tugs is so easy that training takes no longer than three hours. A driving licence is not required.

Mototok’s customers include globally active FBOs, MROs, aircraft manufacturers, airports, airlines and industrial companies with their own flight operations. Mototok offers tugs with a capacity of 28 t (M528), 39, 50 or 75 t (Twin Series) and 95 or 250 t (Spacer). Mototok Spacer is capable for pushback operations. Another model with a capacity of 400 t is currently under development.

Mototok International GmbH
Hohenzollernstr. 47
47799 Krefeld

Phone: +49 2151 6508382
Fax: +49 2151 624673

Products and services

Mototok Aircraft Tugs – the difference to any other tug system: Flexibility, safety, cost savings – at the highest innovative level.

A big idea in a small format. Outstanding distinguishing features: Carbon dioxide-neutral due to a pure, high-performance electric drive. Extremely compact. Revolutionary in its simplicity and uniquely flexible. Equipped with digital features for GPS positioning and easy maintenance.

With the remote the operator moves freely around the aircraft while shunting, keeping an eye on it from any angle. A wide range of types are available: Our biggest Mototok model so far – the Spacer 250 – excels with a towing capacity of 250 t.

Our Model Spacer 8600 has a NTO licence for pushing back Boeing 737, Airbus A320 and families. The TWIN model is suitable for regional and business jets.

And our smallest model M fits under almost every small aircraft. Mototok also has specialists in its portfolio: extremely flat, extremely wide or for helicopters with landing skids.

Mototok SPACER 250

Manoeuvring wide bodies with the Spacer 250 - no problem. Electrically powered and remote controlled like all Mototok tugs, the Spacer 250 scores in the hangar. The very compact design allows the aircraft to be moved to any position in the hangar - even in the hangar corner and directly with the nose in front of the wall.

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Mototok SPACER 8600

British Airways is showing the way: The high availability of Mototok machines at every gate ensures an enormous reduction in delays. With the capabilities of towing and pushing aircraft up to 95 tonnes Mototok SPACER 8600 is the ideal tug for your pushback operations. In combination with the outstanding pros of all Mototok vehicles like the low initial and maintenance costs and the eco-friendly electric drive you gain a powerful and flexible machine for all apron and hangar operations.

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Mototok TWIN-Series

Mototok – the aircraft tow tractor for all tasks inside and outside the hangar
Only Mototok has these and other unbeatable benefits:
Electrically driven: low-maintenance and without fuel costs
Remote-controlled: no Wing Walker required
Simple operation: no driving licence required
Park your aircraft exactly where you want!
With the help of the Mototok tug you reduce the required area per aircraft. Increase your hangar capacity by up to 160%.

Further reading

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