AHM achieves G Inspection
Airbus Helicopters Malaysia has carried out a G Inspection of a Southern Vietnam Helicopter (VNHS) AS332 L2 helicopter, the company announced on 29 December.
The AS332 L2 helicopter has now been redelivered to VNHS following its G inspection on 8 December 2016. The inspection is expected to pave the way for a long term relationship between VNHS and Airbus Helicopters Malaysia with regards to complex MRO activity.
Antoine Cazal, managing director of Airbus Helicopters Malaysia, said: ‘All Airbus Helicopters Malaysia staff and management are very proud of having successfully achieved this heavy and complex MRO activity in a close partnership with VNHS team on site at Airbus Helicopters Malaysia. The G inspection was completed in good and positive spirit by both VNHS and Airbus Helicopters Malaysia teams.’
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