Helisota, Cobham enter partnership
Helisota has signed a partnership deal with UK-based Cobham Helicopter Academy to develop and provide joint training programmes for helicopter maintenance personnel and other specialists, it was announced on 29 March.
The agreement will give Helisota's customers access to a wider range of initial and type training, as well as specialised courses provided by Cobham. At the same time, Cobham Helicopter Academy will offer its students new courses provided by Helisota, covering theoretical and practical training on Mi-8, Mi-17, Mi-171 helicopters.
Anatolij Legenzov, CEO of Helisota, said: 'Being a one-stop-shop helicopter support provider, we aim at constantly expanding our products in order to ensure that helicopter private and governmental operators can get all required service at one place.
'With this in mind, we are delighted to start the cooperation with Cobham and its training team. We also hope that it will open new opportunities for both our companies in further expanding the client lists.'
Helisota is an international provider of integrated maintenance, repair and overhaul, and training services for rotorcraft aviation.
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