In these unsettling times, we have found that focusing on ingenuity and adaptability has kept us strong and positive. Regardless of what is happening, we are maintaining our high standards of quality and are appreciating the depth of knowledge in our staff, and the resources that we can rely on.
It turns out that innovation and ingenuity have not been stymied as a result of the pandemic. Developments that were underway have been brought to completion and can now be shared. See our Emergency Roof Escape Hatch
Adaptability is evidenced in our response to supply chain and logistical challenges, while new Service Bulletin (SB) requirements on top of Covid-19 operational requirements have been met with in-house solutions and resources. See our Exchange Flight Controls
It may be difficult to be optimistic given the very real challenges faced by our industry, but a “glass half full” look at uncertain times can see opportunities for increased versatility, profitability and reliability in operations. See our Avionics upgrades
Twin Otter Emergency Roof Escape Hatch
For Twin Otter operators who because of regulatory requirement, or operational needs, still have the OEM Viking cabin roof escape hatch. Are you experiencing problems with fitment, delamination or other unserviceability? Have you had no option but to continuously carry out time consuming repairs as the hatch is no longer available?
Rocky Mountain Aircraft have recently received TCCA STC approval for a replacement cabin roof escape hatch. The replacement hatch is manufactured from aluminum sheet unlike the OEM balsa core material, so is immune from delamination.
The replacement part RMA-C6FS2413-11 along with the STC are in stock and ready to ship.
AOG for Twin Otter flight controls?
Did you know? Rocky Mountain Aircraft keeps most Twin Otter Flight controls in stock ready for exchange, purchase or as loaners if we are repairing yours.
Viking SERVICE BULLETIN V6/0066 for Aileron Structure Inspection requires borescope inspection equipment that many operators don’t possess and those that do may discover significant repairs required. Minimise aircraft downtime with an economical exchange from Rocky Mountain Aircrafts stock.
Spending a fortune on analog instrument repair and gyro overhauls?
The old electro-mechanical instrumentation that has served the Twin Otter fleet well for over fifty years has reached the end of their economical life. Attempting to coax a few more years of service out of these systems is only going to cause heartache and expense. It’s time to invest it reliability and modernity.
Modern avionics systems will increase profitability, versatility and reliability. Isn’t it time your cockpit looked like this?