We have used Joe and the crew at Skyline Helicopter Technologies for the past 15+ years for all our helicopter requirements.
Fair prices for both parts and maintenance, exceptional engineering staff, and the ability to react to AOG situations with little notice bring this organization to the top in AMO helicopter operations. – Blair Mills, Wilderness Helicopters
During the last 20 years as a Transport Canada approved maintenance facility, utility operators have relied on Skyline Helicopter Technologies for their accurate estimates and quick Turn Around Times to get their Bell 204/205 back in the air earning revenue.
Commercial Operators trust Skyline Helicopter Technologies specialists to meticulously inspect their helicopters & maintain airworthiness. When required they will provide Bell 204/205 New or Overhauled Components & Parts you have come to rely on.
It doesn’t end there. They make the adjustments & tests to the systems affected to make certain the newly installed components or parts are not defective before the helicopter leaves the ground. All this is to fulfill our largest responsibility: safe flight.
Our Parts & On Site Support experts are there for you, year round, 24/7. But they shift into high gear during the busy season to keep our operators working at their maximum potential.
During the winter season, Skyline Helicopter Technologies is called on to carry out any Heavy Maintenance. These checks may include repair of structural defects, replacement of components due to retire, major inspections, aircraft refurbishment, replacement of entire wiring harnesses, interior updates, avionics suite upgrades, operational reconfigurations, major & minor modifications & livery changes.
It’s estimated Skyline Helicopter Technologies refurbished over 19 helicopters, restoring the value of the asset for a prolonged life. Because, in our humble opinion, from an economic stand point, in such a competitive industry, we believe it makes more sense to refurbish the aircraft than to purchase or lease a new helicopter.
The goal of such intense maintenance during the winter season is to obtain as close to 100% availability as possible for the operator during the prime earning months.