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ADA signs 20-year support deal with P&WC

Posted 1 December 2017 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi Aviation has signed a 20-year fleet management programme deal with Pratt & Whitney Canada for the PT6C-67C engines that power its fleet of AW139 helicopters.


The programme also includes the installation of P&WC's full-flight data acquisition, storage and transmission (FAST) solution for advanced prognostics and engine health management.
ADA which has 15 AW139 helicopters ordered two further AW139s last month for its operation in the oil and gas sector in Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia and Dubai.
 

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