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Able goes big in Canadian market: signs with RotoLink

September 16, 2015  By Able Aerospace

A new agreement between Able Aerospace and Vancouver-based RotorLink has established “in country” availability of Able’s comprehensive PMA offerings and full line of rotor wing components. Under the agreement, RotorLink will serve as Able’s distributor and logistics coordinator in Canada.

“This partnership places one of the world’s largest PMA and Bell components inventory with a single Canadian company, so that local customers can access Able solutions in the fastest, most cost-effective way,” said Anthony Saenz, President of Able Aerospace, Inc. “It does exactly what Able strives to do each day, which is to be the industry’s best option for safely saving money on aircraft operating costs.”

“Combining our two, highly successful networks will open new doors for Canadian operators and ensure, more than ever, that our customers have the resources they need when they need them,” said RotorLink Founder and President Dave Bohonis. “It is a first step in a partnership that we hope will continue to grow and develop.”

“We have great relationships in Canada and appreciate the opportunity to have our cost savings solutions closer to customers in the region,” added Mike Hannahs, Business Development Manager for Able Aerospace Services. “Being in country with a respected partner like RotorLink is a great thing for everyone.”

Based in Vancouver, RotorLink is an independent helicopter support company providing technical services and logistics support for 20 different aircraft types, operated by customers around the world.


The Able-RotorLink agreement strengthens Able’s position in the Canadian market, where it already serves – and is focused on continuing to grow – a broad base of fixed-wing and rotor-wing clients.


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