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FAASA
FAASA ( Fumigacion Aerea Andaluza S.A. ) Aviacion was founded in 1966 by pilot Sebastian Almagro in Palma del Rio, Cordoba, Spain. Today, FAASA Group operates throughout Spain, particularly in the Castilla-La Mancha, Andalucia and Castilla y Leon regions. It is also present in Chile through FAASA Chile

The Aircraft Maintenance Center in Palma del Rio is an AgustaWestland authorized maintenance centre for all Europe and North Africa.

Organisation News

FAASA Acquired Hispánica de Aviación, 27-Dec-17 : Spanish group FAASA has purchased 100% of the helicopter operator Hispánica de Aviación (HASA) an important operator of the PZL W-3 Sokol

Milestone Provides FAASA Two Bell 412 Firefighters, 02-Oct-17 : Helitech 2017 Milestone leased 2 Bell 412SP to Spain’ FAASA for firefighting services. Both helicopters were previously on lease in Brazil for offshore oil and gas support

FAASA Celebrates 50th Anniversary, 12-Dec-16 : Spain’s FAASA Aviación celebrating its 50th anniversary. Founded 1966, nowadays operates 67 helicopters including 28 Bells

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