17-Feb-2012 Source: Outerlink
Outerlink Global Solutions is pleased to announce its selection as the satellite tracking and communications provider for Maverick Aviation Group’s new fleet of Eurocopter EC130 T2 aircraft. “Outerlink Global Solutions prides itself on providing innovative communication technology solutions. Maverick Aviation Group has been a long standing customer and we are pleased that they will continue to install our communications equipment on their new fleet of Eurocopter EC 130 T2 helicopters. Maverick’s leadership, staff, and customers expect the highest level of performance from their communications technology. They’re a progressive group, and we’re very proud and excited to continue to deliver premier solutions for them,” says Outerlink CEO, Steve Durante.
About Maverick Aviation Group
Maverick Aviation Group, with locations in Nevada and Arizona, is the parent company of Maverick Helicopters, Mustang Helicopters and Maverick Airlines. This tourism-based company has the largest fleet of ECO-Star helicopters in the world. The Las Vegas, NV location offers helicopter tours of the Las Vegas Strip and Grand Canyon West. The Grand Canyon, AZ location offers tours over the South Rim of the canyon. The company also operates Beechcraft 1900D fixed-winged aircraft that provide direct flights to both Grand Canyon South Rim and Grand Canyon West from the Henderson Executive Airport. Custom and private aircraft charters are also available.
About Outerlink Global Solutions
OuterLink Global Solutions entered the communications market as a satellite tracking provider for aviation service organizations. Since then, OuterLink has evolved to become the premier innovator for mobile communications within diverse markets that include flight, ground transportation, and fixed asset operations. Our end-to-end communications platform comprises next generation devices and an integrated, universal interface, complete with asset tracking and management tools to enhance safety and improve efficiency across your entire operation