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  • usa Triumph Group

    State of Pennsylvania



       





    triumph group

    Established 1993, Triumph Group designs, manufactures and repairs aircraft components such as engine accessories, auxiliary power unit (APU) and avionics for operators and manufacturers. Headquartered in Berwyn, Pennsylvania


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    StandardAero Engines Repair Centre in Florida, 03-May-21 : #engines StandardAero Accessories Center of Excellence (COE) in Hialeah, Florida certified by Honeywell and Triumph Group to repair helicopter engines including the Rolls-Royce M250 and Pratt & Whitney PT6T

    Triumph to Provide Parts for CH-53K LRIPs, 31-Jan-21 : #CH53K Triumph Group in Pennsylvania will provide the dampening systems and blade fold actuation aircraft components for the low-rate initial production (LRIP) 1 and 2 future USMC heavy lift helicopter CH-53K King Stallion

    Triumph Subsystems for Future Navy Trainer, 04-Jun-20 : #suppliers Triumph Systems & Support Mechanical Solutions operating company is the incumbent supplier of cockpit and engine controls for the Leonardo AW119 which was recently selected as the future US Navy trainer TH-73 built in Pennsylvania

    International Chinooks Maintenance Contract, 28-May-20 : #Chinook Triumph Group in Pennsylvania awarded 6-year contract extension for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services of CH-47 Chinook helicopters of an undisclosed country.

    Triumph to Supply Bell 360 Subsystems, 28-May-20 : #Triumph Triumph Group will supply hydraulic pump and reservoir assemblies based on those for the Bell 525 Relentless to Bell for the Bell 360 competitive prototype demonstrator in the US Army Future Attack and Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) competition

    Black Hawk SFM Drone First Flight, 19-Aug-19 : #drones Triumph Group’ Sensor Feel Module (SFM) used in first flight of Sikorsky optionally piloted Black Hawk helicopter with a fly-by-wire technology kit. First fully autonomous flight using the technology scheduled for 2020





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