Air Evac Lifeteam signs renewal contract with Able Aerospace Services

Able Aerospace Services has signed a long-term contract renewal with Air Evac Lifeteam, part of Air Medical Group Holdings. The contract designates Able as the exclusive service provider for dynamic component repair and overhaul services for Air Evac Lifeteam’s fleet of 128 Bell Helicopter 206 aircraft.

“Able has enjoyed a positive and productive relationship with Air Evac for more than 15 years.”

Gabriel Massey, general manager for Able Aerospace Services, said: “Able has enjoyed a positive and productive relationship with Air Evac for more than 15 years. This renewal is a great confirmation of our past successes and the many opportunities we have ahead of us.”

The new contract extends a previous five-year contract naming Able as sole support for Air Evac’s Bell 206 fleet. During that period, Able provided maintenance services on more than 7,000 components across every aircraft in Air Evac’s fleet.

Seth Myers, president of Air Evac Lifeteam, added: “Able is a valued partner, helping us to provide access to people in need of a higher level of emergency health care. This contract extension signifies our faith in Able and its highly qualified employees.”

Massey continued: “Air Evac is a prime example of how operators across the world can benefit from our relationship with Bell Helicopter. As a Bell Certified Service Centre and a member of the Textron group of companies, we are part of a very a proactive network of Bell experts – all focused on providing support at every level of the customer experience, from the day that a new Bell helicopter is purchased through to the sundowning of a legacy aircraft.”

Terry Spruce

Terry is Senior News Editor and writes for both Corporate Jet Investor and Helicopter Investor. He is also responsible for our helicopter guides. Terry has been an aviation enthusiast since the early 1970s. He is a lapsed Private Pilot and ex-Piper Cherokee owner. He has flown a number of light aircraft and is comfortable sitting in the co-pilot's seat or the back of any aircraft. Before moving to journalism he was a banker for 20 years. You can contact him at: or follow him on twitter @Terry_Spruce

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