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Dutch agreement reached on helicopter engine maintenance

Vector Aerospace : 05 March, 2014  (Application Story)
The Netherlands Ministry of Defence has signed an agreement with Vector Aerospace for engine maintenance on helicopters
Dutch agreement reached on helicopter engine maintenance

Vector Aerospace has signed a four-year agreement through their Dutch partner Aerotech Holland with the Netherlands Ministry of Defence (“RNLAF”) to provide the repair and overhaul of their fleet of T700-GE-701C and T700-GE-701D engines.

MoD’s engines are installed in AH-64D attack helicopters operated by the RNLAF. As per the terms of the four-year agreement, HS-NA will provide inspection, repair, overhaul, testing, modification and other services as required for RNLAF T700-GE-701C and T700-GE-701D engines.

“HS-NA is pleased to provide MRO services for the RNLAF fleet of T700-GE-701C and T700-GE-701D engines, says Chris McDowell, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Vector HS-NA. “This subcontract demonstrates HS-NA’s certification and capacity to provide quality repair and overhaul on GE engines and reinforces our ability to foster strong relationships through contract collaboration with companies such as Aerotech Holland.”

Leo Staats, General Manager of Aerotech Holland, states: “Over and above the economic elements, the decision to entrust Vector Aerospace with this MRO work was based on past performance and previous support from Vector.”

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