Transport Canada certifies mission essential products from Geneva Aviation
March 11, 2008 By Corrie
March 11, 2008, Kent, WA — Geneva Aviation, a member of the DART Helicopter Services family of companies, has received Transport Canada approval for its Tail Camera Kits, Cargo Compartment Utility Rack and Rear Communications console.
March 11, 2008, Kent, WA — Geneva Aviation, a member of the DART Helicopter
Services family of companies, has received Transport Canada approval
for its Tail Camera Kits, Cargo Compartment Utility Rack and Rear
The Geneva Aviation P129 Tail Camera Kits are ideal for tours, news
gathering or aerial survey applications. The kits include a color video
camera which attaches to the upper outboard surface of the helicopter’s
horizontal stabilizer and provides a wide-angle view of the side of the
aircraft and the scenery below. The kits are available for AS350/355
and 206/407 helicopters.
The P153 Rear Communications Console is perfect for AS350 Electronic
News Gathering applications or other missions requiring extensive
avionics packages. The console can mount up to 20 Ibs of avionics in
the rear center mounting location and brings the additional equipment
or control panels within easy reach.
The Geneva P141 Utility Rack provides a unique equipment racking
solution. The rack is designed for any mission that requires mounting
of video recorders or other electronic devices. This design allows you
to store up to 100 Ibs of equipment in the AS350/355 aft baggage
compartment. It’s easy to install and can be easily removed if needed.
“Geneva customers expect exceptional products and user-friendly
designs and installations,” said Steve Joseph, President of Geneva
Aviation. “Geneva consistently delivers on all counts, and operators
benefit from these enhanced systems.”
Other Geneva Aviation Transport Canada-certified products include:
-Improved Switch & Avionics Consoles
-Instrument Panels and Glare Shields
-Modular Equipment Racks
-Microwave Radio Racks
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