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Initially 25 helicopters with P&WC PT6C-67C engines will be covered under the fleet management program with the intent to expand the scope to include PW210S, PW210A, PT6C-67E, PT6B-37A, PT6T and PW207C engine models in the future.
PWC is deploying the necessary technical support and services via its worldwide network of over 30 P&WC-owned and designated service facilities and its extensive team of more than 100 field support representatives located close to the operators' bases.
Metro Aviation Inc., Air Medical Group Holdings, TriState CareFlight and Life Flight Network join a growing list of P&WC engine operators who are benefiting from the company’s extensive and global customer support network.
Fully functional and operable in all flight conditions, it features an electronic engine control (EEC) with full hydro-mechanical backup. The simplicity of its modular design, with only three major rotating components, ensures easy maintenance access.
The repair station, which is set to be operational by the end of 2014, will be located at Hawker Pacific's state-of-the-art MRO facility in Cairns, Australia, and is expected to offer repair services to a wide range of DPHM products.
Under this agreement, P&WC will provide HBS with comprehensive engine support, including repair, hot section inspection and overhaul, for PT6A-powered Beechcraft King Air turboprops, PW305B-powered Hawker 1000 aircraft, JT15D-5-powered Hawker 400A jets...
The FMP program will provide support for P&WC engine operators who lease their aircraft from NAC - the world's largest lessor of PW100-powered aircraft - through a comprehensive maintenance plan until 2030.
With over 52,000 engines produced and 130 different applications on business and commuter aircraft, utility and trainer airplanes, helicopters and more, the PT6-engine fleet has accumulated an astounding 390 million hours of flight.