AgustaWestland is expanding their customer support network


Company is increasing authorized service centre and blade centre networks around the world

AgustaWestland Service CentresAgustaWestland
has announced it is expanding its customer support network with the expansion
of its authorised service centre network and blade repair centres which now
exceed 70 across the globe. Ten new AgustaWestland authorised service centres
are now in the process of being approved, including ones in Russia, Portugal
and Australia.
Several additional authorised blade repair Ccentres are also currently under
evaluation and are expected to be approved this year. In the last four years
AgustaWestland has appointed over 30 new service and blade repair centres
greatly expanding its network and delivering on its commitment to deliver local
support services to its customers.

of the most significant examples of such commitments is represented by
subsidiary AgustaWestland Malaysia Sdn Bhd which has been expanded to provide
local spares, maintenance, technical support and training services for the
growing fleet of AgustaWestland helicopters in Malaysia
and elsewhere in Far and South East Asia.
Established in 2007 and located at Kuala Lumpur’s
Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport with a hangar and warehouses, AgustaWestland Malaysia’s
regional maintenance and support centre is AgustaWestland’s regional support

a fleet of approximately 40 commercial and government/military helicopters
currently supported in Malaysia and a growing fleet elsewhere in the region, AgustaWestland
Malaysia is set to further expand its capabilities to support over 30 new
helicopters that will be delivered into the region by the end of 2012,
comprising types such as the AW139 and GrandNew.

Malaysian DCA/DGTA and Indonesian DGCA approved maintenance and repair
organization, AgustaWestland Malaysia
is also expected to obtain Thailand DCA and EASA 145 approvals in the near