AeroBrigham’s Fourth Bell 407 to Survival Flight
Texas’s MRO provider AeroBrigham delivered the fourth Bell 407 in air medical configuration to Mesa, Arizona, based Survival Flight Inc
AeroBrigham, December 09, 2016 - DECATUR, TEXAS - North Texas based professional aircraft maintenance, repair and support provider, AeroBrigham, has announced the recent delivery of an air medical mission configured Bell 407 to Mesa, Arizona, based Survival Flight, Inc.
The recent delivery marks the fourth aircraft that AeroBrigham has performed extensive paint, interior, avionics, airframe improvements, maintenance and component overhauls for Survival Flight, Inc., and will induct another 407 for the company prior to year-end.
Survival Flight, Inc. is an FAR Part 135 air medical transport provider with fixed and rotary wing bases located throughout the United States.
AeroBrigham president, co-owner and longtime industry maintenance professional, David Brigham commented, "Survival Flight continues to grow their air medical presence around the country and we're certainly fortunate to be the company's foremost supplier of modification and support services for their fleet. The confidence that the company has in AeroBrigham to deliver a professionally completed product on time and on budget is a testament to our seasoned professionals and their dedication."
AeroBrigham will be exhibiting during the upcoming Air Medical Transport Conference (AMTC) in Charlotte, North Carolina from 13-15 December.
About AeroBrigham: Located at the Decatur Municipal Airport (KLUD) in Decatur, Texas, north of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, AeroBrigham is an FAR Part 145 repair station that offers complete maintenance, repair, and overhaul services, as well as inclusive helicopter and airplane completion services including aircraft interiors, avionics installation and modification, paint and heavy maintenance.
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