Airlift's EASA Part-21 Design Organisation (DOA) has been awarded with Supplemental Type Certificate (EASA STC number 10049153) for the installation and certification of Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) lighting for Airbus Helicopters AS332 L/L1 Super Pumas with the certification of the first helicopter, an AS332 L1 operated by the Icelandic Coast Guard, ordered by MRO specialist Heli-One, Norway (CHC Group).
Airlift AS has received TC Canada and Brazilian validation to EASA STC 10044362 allowing for single and dual battery installations of Concorde’s Sealed Lead Acid RG-350 battery on EurocopterAS350B, -BA, -B1, -B2 and B3 models.
Airlift AS has received EASA approval for STC 10044362 allowing for single and dual battery installations of Concorde’s Sealed Lead Acid RG-350 battery on EurocopterAS350B, -BA, -B1, -B2 and B3 models.
Airlift has been awarded two contracts for NVIS certification of three (3) Eurocopter AS332 L1 Super Pumas from Norwegian operator Lufttransport (2 helicopters) and from Norwegian MRO specialist Heli-One (1 helicopter).
Airlift's design organisation has been awarded a contract from the Swedish defence and security company Saab for the design and certification of the modification of a helicopter for use of night vision goggles (NVG).
AIRLIFT AS' Part 21 approved Design Office has recently developed different minor changes for the installation of holders for both life vests and first aid kits for the Eurocopter AS350 series that meet JAR-OPS 3 requirements.