Heli-One provide support for Air Center H225s

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Rotor wing maintenance, repair and overhaul specialist Heli-One has announced that it will be supporting Air Center Helicopters’ Airbus H225 fleet through a newly-signed parts-by-the-hour contract.

Air Centre is based in Fort Worth, Texas, US and provides a range of civil and government services, including SAR, medevac and hoist operations. Heli-One will be covering airframe and a combination of dynamics, small components and avionics for its its Airbus H225. Its fleet also includes AS332, Bell 412, and Bell 407 helicopters.

"We are excited to support Air Center's H225. We have extensive experience in supporting this versatile aircraft type and we aim to put all our gained knowledge towards their advantage. Air Center provides valuable helicopter services for their customers and we are ready to support their needs, planned or not," said Eddie Lane, President, Heli-One.

Heli-One has experience supporting the H225 and other Super Puma variants and has also certified over 20 Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) for the aircraft type. It says it can carry out all levels of inspection/checks, dynamics repair and overhaul, rotor blades, avionics, and design and engineering on the H225.

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