AeroBrigham announces new partnership

Helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul specialty company, AeroBrigham, will now represent Swiss Rotor Solutions as the first North American authorized installer and service center for the Max Pilot View Kit (MPVK) for the AS350 series helicopter. The MPVK will not only significantly improve pilot visibility, but will also improve operational safety and decrease pilot fatigue for multiple different mission profiles.

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The Max Pilot View Kit will not only significantly improve pilot visibility, but will also improve operational safety and decrease pilot fatigue for multiple different mission profiles. Swiss Rotor Solutions Photo
The Max Pilot View Kit will not only significantly improve pilot visibility, but will also improve operational safety and decrease pilot fatigue for multiple different mission profiles. Swiss Rotor Solutions Photo

AeroBrigham will provide sales and support for the MPVK with complete installation services as well.

The Max Pilot Visibility Kit will also offer an improvement in the overall headroom at the upper door frame with no airspeed limitation and with a vertical visibility improvement by a factor of 10.

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Based in Decatur, Texas, just north of the Dallas/Fort Worth area, AeroBrigham offers comprehensive helicopter and airplane maintenance services, with complete avionics, paint, interior and support capabilities and a staff with extensive aviation maintenance experience. Company co-owner and president, David Brigham, said, “The Swiss Rotors MPVK provides AStar operators a real improvement in pilot visibility with no airspeed limitations that are common to other solutions and we’re proud to offer this product.”

AeroBrigham will again be exhibiting at the upcoming ALEA Expo 2017 in Reno, Nevada, from July 24 to 29. The company invites all attendees to register to win a pair of men’s custom handcrafted Rios of Mercedes western boots.

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  1. … More the crew can see officially better it be, no debates. The day the operator will not have almost any visual restrictions except for his seat and his body, that will be the pinnacle of flying, period.

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