M7 Aerospace Teams with Rolls Royce/Allison 250-series Engines Specialist Essential Turbines to support Light Helicopter Market
M7 Aerospace has launched an extensive program to support Rolls-Royce/ Allison 250-series engine operators by teaming with Essential Turbines.
M7 has contracted with Essential Turbines, Inc., of Dorval (Quebec), Canada to market Essential Turbines’ overhaul services for Rolls-Royce/Allison 250-series engines to customers in the United States, as well as Central and South America.
M7 will also market Essential Turbines’ overhaul services to federal, state and local government customers throughout the U.S.
M7 Aerospace offers Rolls-Royce/Allison 250-series engine operators a full array of support capabilities including complete engine overhauls, accessories including compressor, gearbox and turbine repairs.
Additional services include engine exchange, rental programs and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) accredited field maintenance training. To minimize aircraft downtime, engine overhaul services can be done in 30 days or less. M7 can arrange for pick-up and delivery to the customer’s maintenance provider, assist with field services or perform all required maintenance at its ISO 9001:2000, FAA Part 145 repair station located in San Antonio, Texas.
The Rolls Royce/Allison 250 is installed in numerous helicopter models including Bell helicopters, Sikorsky S-76, MD helicopters, Agusta 109, Eurocopter AS355, MBB BO105 and other helicopter models.
Through this new alliance, M7 Aerospace and Essential Turbines will combine the qualifications and skills required to offer a level of service that meets the industry's best practices and highest quality standards.
M7 Aerospace is an integrated service company offering a full suite of aviation services through its seven business segments. M7 offers an integrated services solutions approach to its government and commercial customers, crossing traditional market boundaries.
The company’s seven integrated business segments include Aerostructures Manufacturing; Government Logistics Support Contracting; Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul; Engineering; Aircraft Parts and Service; Purchasing and Supply Management, and Staffing Services.
M7 Aerospace began operations in 2003 after acquiring the assets of Fairchild Aircraft. M7 remains the OEM for the fleet of Fairchild-built Metro, Merlin, Expediter and C-26 aircraft, but has transformed itself into a leading provider of aerospace and defense services. M7 operates from its 405,148 sq. ft. facility located on 22 acres at the San Antonio International Airport and employs nearly 500 people worldwide.
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