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After rebranding earlier this year, Eagle Copters has launched an overhauled new website, developed to be user friendly, perform optimally for users on any device, and fully share the talent, scope and global reach of the organization.
“A lot has changed at Eagle since our last website was designed, and it is important to us that our website is reflective of the scale and scope of Eagle, and accurately demonstrates how proud we are of every employee’s contribution to our success,” explained Barry Kohler, president and chief executive officer.
“The branding process we undertook included a great deal of research and client interviews, and we carefully considered all feedback to ensure our site gives users the tools and information they are routinely looking for.”
The new site includes easy access to information on products, technical data and contact information for operators around the world. It also features a news section, bios and a photo gallery. True to the implemented tagline of ‘Worldwide Fleet Management,’ Eagle has also added a section for the newly launched Eagle Fleet Management Plan, an infinitely flexible component support program designed to moderate and lower the annual operating costs for users of Legacy Bell medium helicopters, including 204s, 205s, 212s, and 412s.
Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Eagle has been providing complete fleet management support to operators since 1975. Eagle has successfully transitioned from a small, family business to a global team of experts with a network of affiliates in North America, South America, and Australia across multiple OEM platforms. Eagle’s vision to be the global leader in helicopter fleet management includes a full suite of solutions in sales and leasing, expedited parts shipping, MRO, airframe upgrades, logistics, customization and digital audio control systems.