GE Aviation has signed an exclusive Authorized Repair and Services Provider Agreement with Brightwater United Aero Group (UAG) to cover certain non-military customers flying GE’s reliable T700 helicopter engine.
Brightwater UAG, based in Shelton, Connecticut, in conjunction with Brightwater Arista Aviation Services Group, Alabama, and the worldwide network of GE Licensed Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Facilities, supports T700 engines powering restricted category and public use Blackhawk helicopters. This includes Blackhawks performing utility and firefighting missions.
“This specific helicopter marketplace is rapidly expanding and wanted an OEM sponsored solution. We, at UAG and Arista, are delighted to participate with GE in servicing an incredible group of customers who operate this equipment providing a range of essential missions,” said Jamie Gelder, President of United Aero Group
The agreement covers the repair, upgrade, lease and exchange of T700 engines and parts for these fleets. It not only includes the use of new OEM parts, but now includes the opportunity to incorporate used serviceable material that meets OEM standards.
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