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Universities Order More R44 Cadets


Robinson Helicopter Company recently received orders for additional R44 Cadets from the University of North Dakota (UND) and Southern Utah University (SUU). This will be UND’s second Cadet and SUU’s third.


UND’ Chief Helicopter Instructor Wes Van Dell said, “We are very excited to add a second R44 Cadet to our fleet. Having evaluated the Cadet over the


past year, we feel it is an outstanding aircraft for flight training. We are an all- weather flight school flying in conditions from 100°F in the summer to -25°F in the winter with winds as high as 30 knots. The Cadet’s performance has exceeded our expectations.” Richard Cannon, SUU’s director of flight operations, stated, “We have found the Cadet to be a very safe and capable training aircraft, especially at our altitude [5,846 feet] in Cedar City, Utah. With the advanced avionic options, students receive relevant industry training starting with their initial flight.”


Scheduled for delivery in September, both aircraft will be equipped for VFR and


IFR training with a fully integrated glass cockpit featuring Garmin’s 1060 TXi flight display, Garmin’s GTN navigator, and Garmin’s GTX 345 transponder with ADS-B In/Out.


ASESA selects Able as Exclusive Repair and Overhaul Provider


Mexico-based Aeroservicios Especializados S.A. de C.V. (ASESA) and Able Aerospace Services, a Textron Inc. company, recently signed an agreement making Able the exclusive provider of component repairs, overhauls, and exchanges for ASESA helicopters in Mexico – a fleet that includes a significant contingent of Bell 412 aircraft.


The agreement also provides ASESA with preferred access to Able’s world- class, OEM-approved exchange pool, offering expedited solutions for scheduled, unscheduled, and AOG maintenance scenarios.


“Able’s capabilities are very well matched with ASESA’s fleet maintenance requirements,” said Able Aerospace Services General Manager Gabriel Massey. “We have enjoyed a strong relationship with ASESA for many years, and look forward to putting our resources to even greater use to serve its customers


– many of which are the foundation of the region’s oil and electric power industry.”


Founded in 1977, ASESA provides MRO services and specialized onshore and offshore helicopter air transportation, cargo transportation, aerial supervision and filming with one of the most modern helicopter fleets in Mexico. The company operates bases for maintenance and service in six locations across the country: Del Carmen City, Monterey, Mexico City, Tampico, Toluca, and Veracruz.


Able will offer ASESA broad component repair, overhaul, and exchange services, including some of the world’s most


extensive solutions for Bell 212 and 412 dynamic components within the main rotor hub, tail rotor hub, and transmission.


The ASESA agreement is Able’s latest move to expand its support of helicopter fleets in Latin America and maximize the value of its position as an approved Bell Service Center, offering FAA-approved repairs, exchanges, and in-house specialized services. All in-house work is completed by a collaborative staff of mechanics, engineers, DER experts, and customer service specialists from Able’s 200,000-square-foot facilities located at Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona.


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