HTIGLOBAL Conducts Training Course at A&P Helicopters

HTIGLOBAL announces it recently conducted field maintenance training for A&P Helicopters — this time focusing on the Bell 212 with T53 conversion. As long-standing operators of Bell helicopters, including both medium and light models, A&P Helicopters is committed to upholding the highest standards of maintenance and safety for its fleet.

To achieve and sustain top-notch maintenance conditions and ensure a consistently high level of safety, A&P Helicopters engaged HTIGLOBAL to provide in-house field maintenance technical training. HTIGLOBAL express its gratitude to A&P Helicopters for granting it the opportunity to contribute to the skill development of A&P Helicopters' technical staff.

Special acknowledgment goes to Jeremy Van Vliet (VP of Operations), Gregory Fox (DOM), James Tiemann (Assistant DOM), and Chris Cafaro (QA Manager) for their invaluable support both before and during the training course.

A&P Helicopters, headquartered in Richvale, CA, stands as an FAA Part 133 & 135 Helicopter Operator. Boasting a diverse fleet of light and medium aircraft, the company excels in a myriad of operations. A&P specializes in long-line lift operations for cargo and human external cargo (HEC), providing tailored aircraft and expert crews to meet customer needs safely and efficiently.

Their comprehensive services encompass power line construction, external cargo operations, construction lifting, HEC services, power line & pipeline patrols, law enforcement support, motion pictures, photography, insurance retrieval, and much more. A&P Helicopters remains dedicated to delivering excellence in helicopter operations, meeting the diverse needs of its clientele.

 A&P Helicopter’s Fleet consists of MD500’S, Bell 407’S, Eagle 407HPs, Bell UH-1 Huey, Bell 212 (Eagle Single) w/ T53 Engine, and Bell Jet Ranger. Visit for more information.

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