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RUAG named Authorised Service Centre for the AW139 by Leonardo

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Helicopters

RUAG Aviation has secured Authorised Service Centre status for the Leonardo AW139 helicopter at its locations in Sion and Lugano, Switzerland. This authorisation confirms RUAG Aviation as a full support partner for the AW139 helicopter, including all maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), as well as warranty services.

“The new type ratings for the Leonardo AW139 at both our Sion and Lugano locations enable us to support our customers with the full set of personal services they require, at a location convenient to their needs,” affirms Andreas Baumann, General Manager Helicopters, RUAG Aviation. He emphasises further, “We are keen to ensure they enjoy  the same extensive portfolio of reliable solutions and proven expertise for their AW139 helicopter as they do for the other helicopters and aircraft in their fleet.”

RUAG Aviation now extends its helicopter expertise on behalf of AW139 owners and operators. Targeting reliability, cost-efficiency and optimized downtimes, the company provides individualised solutions for helicopters, ensuring access to the entire RUAG Aviation helicopter competence network at their various locations in Switzerland. Capabilities include MRO, component MRO, cockpit and cabin upgrades, refurbishments, and painting, as well as warranty and support & consulting services. 

"Achieving Authorised Service Centre status for the AW139 allows RUAG Aviation to strengthen our partnership with our customers, as well as with Leonardo Helicopters. We continually strive to improve the support and services we offer on behalf of our customers and our customers’ priorities,” concludes Andreas Baumann. The company’s state-of-the-art infrastructure managed by dedicated specialists make RUAG Aviation the premier partner of helicopter owners and operators in the region.

RUAG named Authorised Service Centre for the AW139 by Leonardo



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