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Murvine gets role at Phoenix Helicopters

November 15, 2011  By Carey Fredericks

Nov. 15, 2011, Mesa, Ariz. - Phoenix Heliparts, Inc., of Mesa, AZ, has appointed Chris Murvine as lead inspector and director of training. The lead inspector has the authority and responsibility for coordinating, accomplishing, supervising and performing all inspection functions. He will report to Marcus Landry, quality manager.


Murvine brings to Phoenix Heliparts his extensive technical knowledge on the MD range of helicopters, having worked most recently for MD Helicopters as senior maintenance instructor for four years and field service engineer for 11 years. He is a graduate of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, earning a Master’s degree in both Technical Management and Aeronautical Science.

Phoenix Heliparts president, Tina Cannon, said, “Chris’s comprehensive knowledge of the industry is a great asset to our team. He is well regarded in the industry as a top-notch engineer. As Phoenix continues to grow as an industry-leading maintenance facility providing heavy maintenance, repair and overhaul, his presence is a valuable addition to our company.”

Phoenix Heliparts offers its Total Support Team to a worldwide helicopter customer base to support a multitude of aircraft types including the MD500 series, Bell, and UH1 aircraft. The service includes offering a significant parts inventory for immediate shipment. Capabilities include engineering, avionics, interiors, sheet metal, AP & IA mechanics, field support, component overhaul, and now, for Rolls Royce gas turbine engines, removal and reinstallation services in partnership with StandardAero. The company’s commitment to quality and unparalleled customer service sets it apart.



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