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Dubai Airshow: Infinity and beyond as ISS and ITP support Sikorsky S-92

Posted 20 November 2019 · Add Comment

Infinity Support Services (ISS) and ITP Aero has signed a three-year contract to support General Electric CT7-8A engines operated on Sikorsky S-92 Helicopters.

The contract will integrate the technical knowledge and logistics support of both companies to provide excellent support and operations on S-92.
The contract will also implement the ITP Aero Engine Care, a powerful tool developed by ITP Aero based on engine condition trend monitoring, which will allow Infinity Support Services to manage the fleet of operator’s engines in operation from deep technical knowledge, perform a complete diagnosis on the engines, prevent unscheduled removals and significantly reduce troubleshooting time, resulting in maximising the operating time of the S-92 fleet.
 

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