AS350 MRO deal for PAG and UTAS

Precision Aviation Group, Inc. (PAG), provider of products and value-added services to the worldwide aerospace and defence industry, announced the recent signing of an MRO and distribution agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS) for main and tail rotor servos for the Airbus AS350. The agreement covers worldwide distribution of line-replaceable units (LRU’s) in new and overhauled condition, authorisation to repair servos at multiple PAG facilities and market the Fleet Improvement Program (FIP).

“PAG’s global network and substantial investment in the UTAS main & tail rotor servos will make it easier for Airbus AS350 operators to access spares in real time, ultimately minimizing aircraft downtime,” said Ketan Desai, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for PAG. “This agreement builds on PAG’s strategic roadmap of increasing its range of support for OEM’s. We are confident that this expanded relationship with UTAS will bring added value to our customers,” added Desai.

“UTC Aerospace Systems is pleased to welcome PAG as a strategic partner to the distribution and Level 1/2 repairs of our Servo Actuators for the Airbus AS350.  PAG offers the market real time support and the ability to provide operators with high performance UTAS servos that are available via the Fleet Improvement Program (FIP),” said UTC Aerospace Systems Head of Sales and Business Development, Robert Bennett.

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