New representation contract with SIRIUM AEROTECH SL

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New SBH contract with the Customs department

In September, Europavia has signed with the aerial assets department of the Tax Agency (Customs) a new SBH (payment per hour of flight) for The Arriel 2C engines mounted on its Dauphin N3 and the Lycoming engines of the BK-117. This contract of 1,3 million euros/year, ensures the availability of engines of these helicopters, so


Europavia attended FEINDEF

Europavia was present at the 1st International Defence and Security Exhibition held in Spain and which took place in Madrid on the 29th, 30th and 31st of May. Personalities from the military sector, as well as national and international government institutions, attended our stand in order to both strengthening our business relationships as well as


Europavia has been accredited as a center of aeronautical maintenance EASA “Parte 145”

The Regulation “Parte 145”, for the maintenance of european aircraft operators, certifies the technical, operational and personnel capabilities of a center of maintenance required in this sector with high standards of security. In this way Europavia’scenter of maintenance, located in Alcorcon, Madrid, consolidates its position as a leader in the maintenance and repair of civil


Europavia signs an agreement with Freeflight Systems

FreeFlight Systems is a leading manufacturer of avionics equipment. Their products are installed in the fleets of FAMET, the army of air and Airbus among others. Europavia has signed an agreement with FreeFlight systems becoming authorized dealer for the sale of spare parts and repairable exclusively for the Spanish market.


Europavia and Turbomeca were present in the V Anniversary of the FAMET

Europavia Turbomeca and have actively participated in the activities organized by Army (FAMET) on the occasion of the celebration of its fiftieth anniversary. Yann Frejaville, Product Marketing Manager of Turbomeca, gave two conferences in the seminar “Days of technological innovation related to the helicopter” that took place on 6 and 7 April in the aeronautical