Helipark has been awarded the Platinum Seal, awarded by Bell to companies that achieve the highest standard of quality, the first time a South American company has achieved that accolade.
Founded in 2002, Helipark has this year gone one better, after receiving a Gold Seal in last year’s assessment of Bell’s maintenance organisations.Â The Platinum Seal is dependent on obtaining top marks in a series of assessments, including quality of technical staff, specific tools and joint organization, records, infrastructure, standards, procedures, etc..
Helipark also maintains helicopters from AgustaWestland, Eurocopter and Robinson.
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