Sun, May 18, 2008
FAA, EASA Approvals Still Pending
Dart Helicopter Services announced recently its affiliated
partner, DART Aerospace Ltd., received Transport Canada approval
for its interior Panels for AS350/355 series helicopters.
DART Interior Panels are constructed of impact-resistant
aerospace grade plastic, selected specifically to minimize warping,
cracking and discoloration. Particular attention has been paid to
ensure quality of fit.
Currently, DART is offering panels for the overhead and the aft
bulk head where sagging and breaking are most common. The overhead
panels come untrimmed for compatibility with a variety of ceiling
mounted modifications. DART’s panels are available in light
grey color to match OEM panels.
"DART’s mandate is to provide high quality, innovative and
economical products to our customers," said DART General Manager
Bill Beckett. "This has resulted in us bringing new technologies,
like thermoforming, to our manufacturing facility so that we can
better control the quality and lead times of established products
and branch out into new product lines, like our interior panels for
the AS350/AS355. We are pleased to have certified the first of what
will be an expanding line of durable interior panels."
FAA and EASA approvals are still pending.
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