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Heli-One Introduces Sky Support Program April 27, 2021

RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA, April 27, 2021—Heli-One, a leading provider of helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, today announced the introduction of Sky Support, a selection of maintenance and operational services for helicopter owners and operators.

Sky Support is a tailored menu of offerings that go beyond traditional MRO support to meet the modern owner and/or operator’s ever-changing needs in a dynamic contemporary aviation environment. Sky Support emphasizes partnership, comprehensive solutions and flexibility, and can be customized to an individual customer’s needs. The offerings are generally grouped into three broad areas of support:

  • MRO Support Solutions

    Customers can leverage Heli-One’s expertise and systems to better manage and support their operations. Through a collaborative approach, Heli-One develops a tailored MRO support solution designed to meet specific customer needs. Some offerings could include supply chain integration, inventory management, customs compliance support and logistics support.

  • Continuing Airworthiness Management Customers can take advantage of Heli-One’s Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) for a piece-of-mind integrated turnkey service. CAMO offers a centralized model that focuses on optimizing and reducing friction cost, customizing maintenance solutions tailored to individual aircraft requirements, digitizing records for streamlined data management and delivering customer satisfaction through defined work scopes.
  • Additional Technical Services

Customers can utilize Heli-One’s expertise to access some of the best and well-proven aviation technologies and programs. The offerings range from flight standards capabilities and technical records expertise to training packages.

Heli-One invites customers to customize and tailor their own version of Sky Support based on their operational needs and process requirements.

“The Sky Support concept was developed by recognizing that the modern owner and/or operator has complex needs but maybe not the staff or resources to address them,” said Christian Drouin, Vice President of Heli-One. “With Sky Support Heli-One takes care of some of these support and maintenance programs so owner/operators can continue to focus on flying and delivering crucial services to their customers.”

Heli-One has decades of experience maintaining and supporting helicopter fleets of all sizes around the world. Further information on Sky Support can be found on Heli-One’s website as well as the company’s extensive Quality approvals and certifications.


About Heli-One

Heli-One is based in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, and has MRO operations in Richmond, Canada; Delta, Canada; Stavanger, Norway; and Rzeszow, Poland. Heli-One is a leading independent helicopter MRO with certifications and expertise in a broad range of airframes and components from major helicopter and engine manufacturers, including Airbus, Sikorsky, Leonardo, Bell, Safran Helicopter Engines, Pratt & Whitney Canada and General Electric.

Heli-One is a segment of CHC Helicopter, the operating company of CHC Group LLC. For more information about Heli-One, visit:

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Stephen Harris
Director, Global Communications
+1 214.232.7642