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Green Charter 2022
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Multiflight named as Safran distributor
Leeds Bradford airport, UK-based Multiflight has become an official distributor for Safran Helicopter Engines, which was previously known as Turbomeca.
Read this story in our November 2017 printed issue.

Leeds Bradford airport, UK-based Multiflight has become an official distributor for Safran Helicopter Engines, which was previously known as Turbomeca. “We are delighted to be an official Safran distributor and to be working closely with a leading global aircraft engine manufacturer,” states MD Steve Borrowdale.

As an official Safran distributor, Multiflight is able to offer sales and purchasing of engines, parts and tooling, exchange agreements and SBH agreements.

More than 18,000 Turbomeca engines already power helicopters built by Airbus Helicopters, AVIC, Sikorsky, Bell Helicopter, Leonardo, Denel, Russian Helicopters, HAL and Boeing. The engines are deployed by 2,500 customers in 150 countries.

Multiflight's services include fixed wing and helicopter charter, executive handling from its private VIP terminal, aircraft sales, aircraft parts, engineering, hangarage, aircraft management, advanced helicopter flight training and a café.

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