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HeliStream, the U.S. flight training specialist, has selected Rusada’s ENVISION as its maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) and flight operations software.
From its base in Costa Mesa, California, HeliStream offers world-class flight training as well as a range of other services including utility/aerial crane, firefighting, charters and photography. To do this, the operator utilizes a fleet of 25 helicopters comprising of Robinson, Airbus, Bell, Sikorsky, and MD models.
HeliStream was founded by Rod Anderson and Barbara Perrin, both U.S. Army trained pilots, who envisioned a flight school that combined the military’s syllabus-directed and structured training program with a fleet maintained to the highest FAA standards.
HeliStream has signed up for ENVISION’s fleet management, base maintenance and flight operations modules as well as four others, which will be implemented over the coming months. Go-live is set for September 2019.
Barbara Perrin, Secretary/CFO at HeliStream, said: “We were looking for a system with a high level of functionality and a simple, easy-to-use interface. ENVISION exceeded all of our requirements and will allow us to continue maintaining and operating our aircraft to the highest of standards.”
Julian Stourton, CEO at Rusada, said: “HeliStream prides itself on the quality of its aircraft, so the fact they have selected ENVISION to manage their fleet is a huge compliment. Rod and Barbara have taken the company from strength-to-strength over the years, and I look forward to supporting their continued success.”