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Summit highly prepared to repair AW139s
In addition to general and corporate aviation, Summit has a broad customer base including state and local law enforcement, the US Department of Defense, making its AW139 Part 145 status a big win.
Summit can bring its 60 years of experience to the table when working on the AW139.

Summit Aviation, located in Middletown, Delaware, has added the Leonardo AW139 helicopter to its Part 145 repair station certificate. This capability allows Summit to perform aircraft maintenance including inspections, overhaul, repair and/or modifications for AW139 owners and operators.

“We have been serving similar types of aircraft owners and operators since 1960,” says Ralph Kunz, VP and GM of Summit Aviation. “Adding the AW139 aircraft to our certificate aligns with our capabilities and offers those owners and operators an experienced and established alternative provider.”

In addition to general and corporate aviation, Summit has a broad customer base including state and local law enforcement, the US Department of Defense, US Government non DoD and special mission and international militaries.

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