Vector Aerospace Renews Engine Services Agreement with Air Greenland
Vector Aerospace Corporation (Vector), a global independent provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services is pleased to announce the renewal of its current engine services agreement with Air Greenland, based in Nuuk, Greenland.
As per the terms of the two-year extension of this exclusive agreement, Vector provides Air Greenland with fixed and rotary wing aircraft engine repair and overhaul support from its Vector Aerospace Engine Services -Atlantic facility in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada and from its Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services – North America facility in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Air Greenland is also supported by Vectors network of service centres in the United States and in Europe.
“Securing this agreement with Vector is a great accomplishment for all the parties involved,” says Peter Bjerre, technical director of Air Greenland. “We have worked with Vector for many years and have found that their team delivers outstanding customer service, which we require, at a very competitive price.”
“We are very pleased to be continuing our long standing relationship with Air Greenland,” says Jeff Poirier, president of Vector Aerospace Engine Services – Atlantic. “Our commitment to providing comprehensive support and great value to Air Greenland and its customers is demonstrated daily by our highly trained personnel. We believe this latest agreement is a direct reflection of Vectors unique ability to provide both fixed and rotary wing service to its customers; making us the ideal choice for multi-platform operators worldwide.”
Poirier elaborates that the agreement with Air Greenland includes various repairs, hot section inspections, modifications, overhaul services, and test support on the P&WC PT6A, PW123 and PT6T series engines.
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Source : Vector Aerospace Corp.
Aug 31 - Sep 2, 2015 - Washington, United States