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Heli Austria set to operate Super Puma trio
Heli Austria has acquired three AS332 Super Puma helicopters which will shortly join its existing fleet of Bell, MD and Airbus Helicopters rotorcraft for missions across Austria.
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Heli Austria has acquired three AS332 Super Puma helicopters which will shortly join its existing fleet of Bell, MD and Airbus Helicopters rotorcraft for missions across Austria.

“I am excited to add Super Pumas to our fleet as they offer excellent value for capability and will diversify our operational reach and profile,” explains owner Roy Knaus.

MRO for the aircraft will be provided by Heli-One, which has more than 30 years of experience in providing AS332 support and maintenance work and which also brokered the sale.

Heli-One will de-configure the Super Pumas from oil and gas configuration and install cargo hooks to suit Heli Austria's operational needs.

The work will be performed between the company's two facilities in Delta, Canada and Rzeszow in Poland. The completed aircraft are scheduled to be delivered to Heli Austria this spring.

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