Vector Aerospace exhibiting at Helitech 2011

Vector Aerospace Helicopter
Services-North America (Vector) is exhibiting at Helitech 2011 from 27-29
September in Duxford, United Kingdom.

“The European helicopter market continues to
be an extremely important part of our overall global strategy”, says John
MacDougall, Vector’s senior vice-president of sales and marketing. “Helitech
2011 represents an ideal opportunity for current and potential new customers to
interact with Vector’s knowledgeable team of helicopter sales, production and
customer support professionals to learn how Vector’s customer-focused and
value-driven engine, airframe, dynamic components and avionics MRO services can
positively impact their ability to support their ongoing operational

MacDougall says “Our Fleetlands operation is
strategically located in Gosport, Hampshire,
United Kingdom,
and for more than five decades, it has provided exceptional MRO support to the
UK Ministry of Defence on a variety of helicopter types and variants. Today,
they are internationally-recognized for their support of the UK Boeing Chinook
and AgustaWestland Lynx & Sea King helicopters.” Additionally, Fleetlands
also offers Rolls Royce model 250 engine repair and overhaul support to a
global customer base consisting of private, commercial, government, defence and
security organizations.

As well, Vector’s Fleetlands operation holds
designated overhaul facility (DOF) status for Pratt & Whitney Canada
(P&WC) PW307A, PW308A and PW308C model engines; as well as support services
such as repair, hot section Inspections, borescope inspections and failure analysis
for P&WC’s PT6A, PT6T, JT15D and PW100 engine types.

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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