Enstrom Helicopter Corporation signed a contract at Helitech International to deliver a new 280FX into France. The deal is being completed by their dealer, François Gatineau, CEO of Rotor & Aircraft Sarl. This signing took place on October 17 at the Enstrom booth. This is the last step in the process to bring the Enstrom 280FX to Golf Tango, which is a well established ATO operating at Toussus le Noble airport (Versailles west of Paris). Golf Tango operates several rotor craft and fixed wing aircraft and they are looking to expand their helicopter training by adding the 280FX.
“We are excited for Rotor & Aircraft Sari who has been working hard to add to the Enstrom French fleet. Golf Tango is picking the perfect machine for flight training,” said Dennis Martin, Director of Sales and Marketing at Enstrom. “The 280FX is one of the safest aircraft out there and it is especially rugged enough to handle the trials of a training helicopter. “
The Enstrom 280FX will be delivered to France in the spring of 2019.
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