FAA STC for Genesys HeliSAS on EC145e
Metro Aviation’s EC145e now approved for two-axis autopilot with Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for HeliSAS
Metro Aviation, December 14, 2016 - Charlotte, NC – Metro Aviation, with the Genesys Group, recently received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the EC145e, a lightweight twin-engine aircraft maintaining the same power, performance and reliability of the legacy EC145.
The aircraft is now approved for two-axis autopilot.
HeliSAS provides a full array of workload-reducing capabilities for Visual Flight Rules (VFR) pilots and provides situational stability should pilots encounter Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) in flight.
Metro will be displaying the world’s first EC145e at the Air Medical Transport Conference. The Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Children’s) aircraft is equipped with Metro’s air conditioning system, HeliSAS and specialty pediatric care equipment.
The EC145e can accommodate up to five specialty care clinicians or four clinicians and a family member. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Children’s) flies more than 30,000 miles annually in Georgia’s only dedicated pediatric helicopter.
To learn more about the capabilities of the EC145e and Children’s operations, visit Metro Aviation at AMTC 2016, Booth 1001, December 13-15.
About Metro Aviation: Metro Aviation, Inc., based in Shreveport, Louisiana, United States is a worldwide provider of completion services for all missions and types of helicopters and specializes in the EC135 and EC145 with several Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) developed by the company for these and other aircraft. Metro is an FAA approved repair station, approved Airbus (Eurocopter) Service Center and FAR Part 135 air medical operations provider at several locations across the United States. The company is privately held and is one of the largest traditional air medical providers in the country.