COVID-19

COVID-19 Pandemic Update

August 12, 2020

As we have since the start of the current crisis, Rocky Mountain Aircraft remains open for business in support of airlines and operators worldwide.

Rocky Mountain Aircraft is continuing to work with our international and domestic partners to maintain open and connected supply chains even as the circumstances around the COVID-19 pandemic change and evolve, in order to ensure that businesses can deliver essential goods and services to the people who need them.

Our facilities have instituted practices that have mitigated the risk of infection from the COVID-19 virus basing them on multiple government and health care strategies and best practices.

Only essential travel is allowed for RMA employees, and all practical steps are taken to mitigate risks while travelling.

Workers returning from international travel are still subject to a 14-day self quarantine.

Enhanced personal hygiene procedures and facility cleaning continue to be employed.

Visitors to our facilities continue to be received only with advance notice, and every effort is made to minimize their contact with employees.

 All our partners can expect to receive the same level of quality and support that they have come to expect from Rocky Mountain Aircraft.

Management Team
Rocky Mountain Aircraft


April 6, 2020

Despite the current unprecedented and challenging times, as part of the essential transportation system, Rocky Mountain Aircraft remains open for business in support of airlines and operators worldwide.

Rocky Mountain Aircraft is working with our international and domestic partners to maintain open and connected supply chains during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that businesses can continue to deliver essential goods to people that need them.

Our facilities have mitigated the risk of infection with the virus that causes COVID-19 using multiple government and health care recommended strategies in our workplace.

  • All international travel for RMA employees has been canceled until further notice
  • Workers returning from international travel will be subject to a 14-day self-quarantine.
  • All non-essential travel within Canada will be curtailed and determined on a case by case basis.
  • Personal hygiene procedures and facility cleaning will be enhanced.
  • Visitors will have limited restricted access and only with advance notice.
  • Our supply chain will be under ongoing review to ensure minimum schedule disruptions

Operators can be reassured that Rocky Mountain Aircraft will continue to provide the same level of quality support during these difficult times.

Management Team
Rocky Mountain Aircraft


COVID-19 Pandemic Statement

March 18, 2020

Rocky Mountain Aircraft and our employees are all striving to navigate the difficult global situation. We want to reassure all of our clients and industry partners alike that we are committed to continuing to serve and support your requirements throughout this period.

We are continuing to implement protocols within our facility that elevate our existing employee health and safety, particularly concerning hygiene and social distancing, and are following all provincial and federal advice on how to remain safe.

Rocky Mountain Aircraft’s business activities and operations are proceeding as normal as possible, with the exception that employee travel has been curtailed and we are enacting more flexible work practices. We do recognize that transportation remains an essential service and we will respond appropriately to any AOG/emergency requirements that arise.

We look forward to continuing to provide exceptional service both during this period and after the crisis has abated.

Management Team
Rocky Mountain Aircraft