Airbus Helicopters opens news office in Mirabel, Que.
June 18, 2015 By Airbus Helicopters
Airbus Helicopters has announced the launch of a brand new office located in the Mirabel Helico complex in Mirabel, Quebec. The Mirabel Helico complex is a state of the art facility that will serve to support the Quebec rotary wing community. Additionally the facility provides an outlet for corporate events and fly-ins.
“We are very pleased to open the new Airbus Helicopters office in the Mirabel Helico facility. It is an excellent complex ideally suited to our requirements,” says Romain Trapp, President and CEO of Airbus Helicopters Canada. “We see tremendous benefits for our customers; in addition to the services offered by Airbus Helicopters is the proximity to Mirabel Heli-Support a newly authorized Airbus Helicopter Service Centre.”
The province of Quebec is home to over 200 Airbus Helicopters which represents almost one third of the Airbus Helicopter fleet in Canada, flying for parapublic, private and commercial operators. The Airbus Helicopters office team will provide aircraft sales, training, technical support and parts ordering.
“At Mirabel Helico we have always been dedicated to setting the highest standards of quality, reliability and safety, and we do so along with our distinguished partners to offer an extensive range of services and personalized customer support in our state-of-the-art facilities,” says Andrée Courteau, President of Mirabel Helico.
In celebration of this new launch, Mirabel Helico along with Airbus Helicopters, Helipsair, Mirabel Heli-Support and in the presence of public officials, customers, guests and company employees held a special inauguration ceremony.
With over 43,000 square feet, built with safe and high quality workmanship, Mirabel Helico is able to dedicate their services exclusively to the helicopter sector along with its highly respected partners, Mirabel Heli-Support, Hélipsair and Airbus. These partnerships allow for a vast range of services distinctly associated within the aerospace industry.
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