Wed, Sep 23, 2009
More than 70 New EASA-Approved Helicopter Accessories On
The DART Helicopter Services (DHS)
team is flying into Helitech 2009 with more than 70 new helicopter
accessories certified for European operators.
Each of the accessories has been designed to make flying safer,
more effective or more efficient, and each product was approved by
the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in 2008-2009.
"The European helicopter community has provided great support to
DHS, and we work hard to bring them the products they need to
improve mission effectiveness," said DHS President Jeff Shapiro.
"We are delighted to be returning to Helitech with more great
The products have been certified for multiple models of
AgustaWestalnd, Bell, Eurocopter, MDHI, Robinson, and Sikorsky
helicopters. The EASA approved accessories include multiple
emergency float kits, with and without life rafts, cargo mirrors,
cabin floor protectors, heli-access steps, avionics consoles,
interior trim panels, heaters, cable cutters kits, seats, bearpaws,
extended height landing gear, engine cycle counters, and more.
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