Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) has signed engine maintenance contracts with four U.S. emergency medical service (EMS) helicopter operators that will keep their fleets flying with predictable maintenance costs. The long-term contracts include the Fleet Management Program (FMP®), the Event Cost Plan (ECP®), the Zero-Time Exchange and Overhaul Program (ZIP) and the T&M Engine Services Agreement, thus showing the diversity of the support plan proposed by P&WC to be the closest to the operators’ operations and support demand.
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, including over 30 P&WC-owned and designated service facilities, more than 100 field support representatives, a 24-7 Customer First Centre for rapid expert support, the most advanced diagnostic capabilities and the largest pool of rental and exchange engines in the industry.
Gas turbine engine repair/overhaul, component repairs/sale/exchanges, accessory repair and overhaul, mobile repair teams, spare engine support, engine pay-per-hour programs, engine diagnostics and...
VIH Aviation Group Ltd. Chooses P&WC-Powered AgustaWestland AW139 Helicopters Signs Long-Term Guaranteed Maintenance Cost Plan Contract
With P&WC's Guaranteed Cost Maintenance Plan, customers are able to pay a guaranteed hourly fee on a monthly basis that is tailored to their needs.
Customers pay a guaranteed rate that recognizes the demanding and often changing operating environments in which their helicopter fleets operate. The FMP, which also covers spare engines, ensures no...
The high-efficiency compressor is a core element of the new engine and the test hardware has already run to the full range of aerodynamic design points.