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Sikorsky Helitech’s Stilianos has four questions for prospective MROs:


⦿ What methodologies do you employ to ensure your projects run to schedule and budget? ⦿ What leadership and culture exists within your organization? ⦿ How do you ensure all your staff understand the importance of my project? ⦿ Do you provide tailor-made customized support solutions in partnership with the relevant operator?


Finally, Vector Aerospace’s Moniz suggests asking MROs:


⦿ Do they have direct factory access to critical aircraft parts or do they source parts through other channels?


He adds, “Customers should be cognizant that in many cases, repairs to their aircraft performed outside of an authorized service center often pose problems when trying to sell aircraft abroad.”


The experts say if you follow these steps you will maximize your chances for getting the best service and support for your next- generation helicopter. Given that these aircraft can cost tens of millions of dollars, the painstaking research is well worth it.


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