Night Flight Concepts to continue Bell Helicopter NVG inspections
Night Flight Concepts have received an extended night vision goggle (NVG) inspection contract from Bell Helicopter. The company announced the contract extension on 8 July.
Night Flight Concepts owns and operates an FAA approved Part 145 NVG Repair Station, from which it conducts and certifies the air worthiness of the inspections, and provides replacement parts for NVGs.
The company’s comprehensive NVG maintenance solutions include 180-Day NVG Inspections, Night Vision Goggle Equipment Repair, and OEM Endorsed Night Vision Goggle Maintenance Technician Training.
Chad Oakley, chief flight instructor, Bell Training Academy, said: ‘The extension of the inspection contract ensures the accuracy and dependability of our equipment and provides assurance that all NVG equipment will continue to operate at optimal performance.’
David Luke, vice president, Night Flight Concepts, said: ‘Night Flight Concepts is very excited to be continuing our relationship with Bell Helicopter. Our maintenance and inspection programmes have been created to support industry leaders, such as Bell, and allow our clients the assurance that their equipment will maintain at top-level performance.’
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