Bainbridge Aerospace to Repair Army Black Hawks
Bainbridge Aerospace, a TAI-Global Group company, to overhaul vaneaxial fans on US Army’ Sikorsky Black Hawk helicopters
TAI-Global, September 21, 2016 - The U.S. Department of the Army has granted a novation source approval request from Bainbridge Aerospace, a TAI-Global Group company, to overhaul vaneaxial fans on Sikorsky Black Hawk helicopters.
The request was one of only two approved in the United States.
“We understand the importance of perfection in the systems that keep Black Hawks in the air,” said Thomas Nokes, president and CEO of TAI‐Global Group. “We have extensive repair experience on vaneaxial fan assemblies and drive shafts. Our team members receive ongoing training so that they are up-to-date on the most recent technology and techniques.”
About Bainbridge Aerospace: Founded in 2014 by TAI-GLOBAL Group, Bainbridge Aerospace brought together leaders in the Black Hawk repair and maintenance community to build a company that has the experience, knowledge and tools needed to be the best international repair facility. Specializes in the airframe, hydraulic, and critical safety systems of the Black Hawk helicopter. This comprehensive repair expertise includes work on Vaneaxial Fan Assemblies and Driveshafts.
About TAI-GLOBAL Group: TAI-GLOBAL Group member companies include Twin Aviation, Dangle Aviation, and Bainbridge Aerospace. Together, these companies make up one of the most comprehensive teams in the world specializing in Sikorsky aircraft repair, maintenance, and parts support.
The company also is known for its mobile maintenance team, with extensive military and civil aircraft training, that is available to travel to clients throughout the world. TAI-Global Group has worked with clients in South America, Mexico, Asia and the Middle East.
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