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    AW139 Maintenance in Poland


    Heli-One, CHC MRO provider, announced its Poland’s facility opened in 2014 now received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval to provide base maintenance service to the AW139 helicopter



    Heli-One, CHC MRO provider, announced its Poland’s facility opened in 2014 now received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval to provide base maintenance service to the AW139 helicopter

    AW139 Maintenance in Poland


    Heli-One, December 07, 2016 - Rzeszow, Poland – Heli-One announced that its Rzeszow, Poland facility has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval to provide base maintenance service for Leonardo AW139 aircraft.

    Heli-One Poland’s facility, which opened in 2014, provides base maintenance support for Airbus AS332, H225 and H135 aircraft. Additionally, Heli-One offers component repairs, including AW139 exhaust ducts.

    The Rzeszow facility recently received EASA approval for AW139 tail assembly modifications (Service Bulletin 139-419). Together, these approvals offer AW139 operators a new cost- efficient maintenance alternative at a state-of-the-art facility with competitive turnaround times.

    This expansion to include base maintenance capability gives AW139 operators an economically-competitive service option located in the heart of Poland’s “Aviation Valley”.

    The approved base maintenance capabilities offered from Heli-One’s Poland facility include:

    - All levels of inspections and checks
    - Full structural support
    - Corrosion removal and repair
    - Minor/major structural repairs and modifications
    - Inspection, test and re-certification
    - Aircraft painting
    - NDT
    - Upgrades and modifications
    - Service bulletin compliance
    - Investigation and fault diagnosis
    - Vibration evaluation and diagnosis
    - Avionics modifications and repairs

    The new base maintenance capabilities expand Heli-One’s ability to provide operators worldwide with industry-leading helicopter maintenance. Heli-One also already offers AW139 base maintenance and component repair at its facilities in Delta, Canada and Stavanger, Norway.

    The 65,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility in Poland has a maintenance hangar capable of accommodating up to six large airframes, a fully equipped avionics workshop, a structure shop with a specialized tail boom repair area, and a dedicated paint bay.

    “The team in Poland has grown their Leonardo AW139 expertise and capabilities extensively in the last year and they are excited to support this well-regarded helicopter type,” said Anthony DiNota, President, Heli-One. “This new base maintenance capability will give AW139 operators a competitive MRO option in a technologically-advanced facility strategically located in central Europe. The additional component and modification capabilities added also pave the way for this facility to become a market leader in maintenance.”

    About Heli-One: Heli-One is based in Delta, British Columbia, Canada, and has maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operations in Delta, Canada; Stavanger, Norway; Fort Collins, Colorado; and Rzeszow, Poland. Heli-One is the world’s largest independent helicopter MRO and holds certifications and expertise on a broad range of airframes and components from major helicopter and engine manufacturers, including Airbus, Sikorsky, Leonardo (AgustaWestland), Bell, Safran, Pratt & Whitney and General Electric.

    Heli-One is a segment of CHC Helicopter, the operating company of CHC Group Ltd. (OTC Pink Sheets: HELIQ)


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