Rocky Mountain Rotors

Rocky Mountain Rotors adds Bell 429

Rocky Mountain Rotors adds Bell 429

2-Jun-2014Source: HeliHub.com

Rocky Mountain Rotors (RMR), based at Gelatin Field in the Montana city of Bozeman, have recently added a Bell 429 to their fleet.  This single pilot IFR aircraft is soon to be configured with an external hook, NVG (for night mountain navigating), FLIR (for SAR missions), external cargo (ski basket) and had already been fitted with... Read more

Bell announces new US 407GX customers and deliveries

Bell announces new US 407GX customers and deliveries

15-May-2014Source: Bell

Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. company (NYSE: TXT), announced a new purchase agreement and multiple deliveries for new Bell 407GX aircraft configured for VIP transport. The company has reached a signed purchase agreement with Helicopter Flight Services (New York City, NY) for a new Bell 407GX helicopter and two new  Bell 407GXs to be delivered... Read more

Rocky Mountain Rotors Part 145 Certificated

Rocky Mountain Rotors Part 145 Certificated

15-Dec-2013Source: Rocky Mountain Rotors

The FAA FISDO Office out of Helena, Montana, has issued a Part 145 Maintenance Repair Station Certificate to Rocky Mountain Rotors Maintenance, a division of Rocky Mountain Rotors Montana. This is the first FAA Part 145 certificate approved in over 7 years in the Montana area. Rocky Mountain Rotors Montana Partner James T. Lee, Sr.... Read more

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