Middlefield, Ohio. March 4, 2013 — Airwolf Aerospace has a large number of PMA parts in development. The company anticipates that the first of these flight critical dynamic PMA components will be certified and available in Q3 of this year.
Airwolf is positioning itself as the premier source of flight-critical, life-limited PMA parts for legacy Bell helicopters. The PMA parts in development include strap fittings, latch bolts, swash plate details, bearings, bushings, gears, trunnions and many others.
Airwolf Aerospace technical director, John Montana, said, "The team at Airwolf is looking forward to the release of these parts. We’ve worked hard to bring these essential, competitively-priced products to market; we’re passionate about providing outstanding service and value to this important segment of the rotorcraft market.
“Although some manufacturers may see these older Bell fleets as declining in importance and unworthy of close support, we like to think of them as the workhorses of the helicopter industry. “
Airwolf launched its Bell 206 Long Ranger, Jet Ranger and Oh-58 TT straps in March, 2011, and was the first to bring extended life 36-month TT Straps to market in November, 2012. Airwolf TT straps are the choice for customers looking to reduce their operating costs and for those who would like to see more innovation in aftermarket helicopter parts. Thirty-six month TT straps for Bell UH-1, 204, 205, and 212 are in development and are expected to be available in the third quarter of 2013.
Airwolf Aerospace LLC. is a proven leader in value, bringing products to market that lower direct operating costs.
They are approved for all Jet Rangers, Long Rangers, and military OH 58s and can be installed in the field by a licensed engineer.
Airwolf's TT straps anchor each rotor blade to the mast while accommodating the multi-directional forces inherent in rotorcraft flight. They will be on display at Booth 3561 at Heli-Expo.