Aviation Projects and Programs


                                                     20th June 2016

 

One of the foundations of our group of companies is aviation. We program manage and project manage specific aviation projects and programs on a case by case basis within our areas of expertise. More specific information can be provided upon request from standing up and fielding complete aircraft into ongoing operation to parts production in a number of manufacturing processes, spare parts, systems integration, and special projects. Due to the obvious complexities involved this is a very slowly developing section of our website that we are in no hurry to expand rapidly.

 

Update June 2016. As of this month we will also offering used overhauled Sikorsky UH60 Blackhawk series transport helicopters including upgrades, engine upgrades & swaps, flight range extensions, .50cal/12.7 defensive port & starboard door guns. We will also consider trade exchanges for Mi-8 / Mi 17 Mi-171 helicopter series, including those in need of general overhaul or engine replacements and upgrades. As the exchange option is a new company program, please enquire for more information.

 

Please enquire for specific information

 

MIL Mi - 8 / Mi 17 series and Mi 24 series Helicopters

 

MIL Mi - 8 / Mi 17 series and Mi 24 series Helicopter Eastern Standard overhaul and up-grade program qualified under the NATO system. We can also provide qualified used airframes for sale with documented histories and sufficient time remaning for a solid and effective service life and safe operation. This work can be program managed and certified by a former Ministry of Defence MIL helicopter program manager.

We have also developed this program over the past ten years to in include overhaul, upgrade, and installation of modern defensive 12.7/.50cal mount "door guns" to correct the technical inability of .30 cal/7.62 guns to effectively engage at aerial air to ground target distances, rendering them outranged and undergunned; effectively useless in many cases with fatal consequences for the mission and the crew.

We can work with customer supplied airframes providing they are technical repairable and with enough service life in them. We will not accept work, as a matter of professional conduct, on any airframes destined to fly, which in our technical opinion are past their service life or are unfit for service under any circumstances; otherwise known as "flying on the wild side". Airframes such as that are only suitable for ground training or static display and we will support such uses for worn out airframes.

 

Please enquire for specific information