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Savings in the VIP helicopter market: mission possible?

2014.11.27

The global helicopter market has been growing for quite a while now with the demand for VIP choppers further accelerated by the recovering business environment and the expanding circle of the rich worldwide. However, even the rich are cost-conscious thus forcing operators and MROs to seek cheaper solutions without compromising high service quality.

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Helicopter modernization: the clock is ticking

2014.10.28

Based on the recent Honeywell’s study, the global helicopter market is constantly growing. Over the next four years alone, it is expected to welcome almost 5000 thousands of new choppers. At the same time, the owners of older model machines are faced with a dilemma: to modernize or to invest into fleet renewal. For them – the clock is ticking, as the existing fleet is currently on the edge of completing its calendar resource.

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Helisota becomes an official representative of Mi and An aircraft component manufacturer FED

2014.10.16

Helisota, an international provider of integrated maintenance, repair and overhaul services for rotorcraft aviation, is delighted to announce the start of a new cooperation with the Scientific and Industrial Company FED, the original manufacturer of various components for Mi-8/17/171 helicopters and Antonov airplanes. Under the cooperation Helisota shall act as the OEM’s official representative in the global MRO market. 

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Helicopter demand in the emerging markets: meeting the challenges

2014.09.24

According to a recent study carried out by Honeywell, the demand for commercial and military helicopters worldwide continues to grow, especially in the developing regions. For instance, more than a third (36%) of Latin American operators had plans to expand their rotorcraft fleets in 2014, closely followed by Asia (29%) and the Middle East/Africa (23%).

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