Sun, Feb 22, 2009
Parts And Service Are Now Available From Cove Helicopter At
Altoona Blair County Airport (AOO) in Pennsylvania is now home
to Cove Helicopter. As of January 1, Robinson Helicopter Company of
Torrance, CA has authorized Cove Helicopter as an R22 and R44
Service and Overhaul center.
James "JC" Housel is the manager at Cove Helicopter, and a
component certified technician by Robinson Helicopter. Detailed
information on available services and the parts center can be
accesses via Cove's website.
Cove Helicopter says it sells Robinson helicopter parts with
discount pricing available, and also provides 100 hour/annual
inspection, 2200/12 year inspection, scheduled maintenance,
avionics upgrades, and complete Robinson component overhauls.
The general public can also contact Cove Helicopter for BFR,
SFAR, Helicopter rides and sight seeing tours from the Altoona
Blair County Airport.
Robinson Helicopter currently produces more helicopters annually
than all of the other North American manufactures combined. In
addition, Robinson has a factory overhaul program for older
aircraft and conducts monthly and safety educational courses for
helicopter flight instructors and maintenance technicians.
The organization has a global network of more than 110
factory-authorized dealers and 290 service centers in 50 countries,
including China and Russia.
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