Canadian Innovation in Rotary MRO Week
As part of Helicopters’ special Canadian Innovation in Rotary MRO week, we’ve created this special video highlighting how three Canadian companies are leading the way in keeping the blades turning. Content is sponsored by Vector Aerospace, an industry-leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft operators around the globe.
Technological changes and innovative enhancements have changed the MRO playing field and aviation software provider Rusada Technologies has provided a checklist of how MRO organizations can better equip themselves for sustainable future – and increase value to their organization.
Robertson Fuel Systems (RFS), a HEICO Company, and Vector Aerospace have completed a major milestone toward Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification of their Crash-Resistant Fuel Tank (CRFT) for the Airbus AS350 light single helicopter family.
Heli-One now offers dedicated Engine Accessory services for Pratt & Whitney’s PT6C-67C and PT6T engines and General Electric’s CT58/T58 engines. Heli-One can perform these services at Heli-One Canada’s new Engines & Components facility in Delta, B.C. Technicians with extensive engine maintenance experience, along with a wealth of supporting resources, allows the dedicated Engine Accessory workshop to provide customers with high-quality services and low turnaround times.
Alpine Aerotech has announced that the company has officially acquired a Transport Canada Repair Design Approval (RDA) for its comprehensive 206L Exhaust Duct Repair.
Vector Aerospace has announced it has received approval from the European and United States air worthiness authorities for its ADS-B solution for Part 27 and Part 29 rotorcraft.
Heli-One, a leading global provider of helicopter maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services, has completed inspections for two Airbus H225 aircraft (one-year and eight-year inspections) for South Korea’s National 119.
Vector Aerospace Corporation has announced that its Component Services team, based in Almondbank, Perth, has been officially accepted onto the U.K.’s Sharing in Growth (SiG) program.
Hexcel Corporation will extend its 40-year partnership with Airbus Helicopters by supplying composite materials for the new H160 helicopter. Hexcel’s reinforcements, prepregs, adhesives and honeycomb materials have been selected for the H160’s composite fuselage structures and main rotor blades.
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