RTI Australia has finalized their fist set of 355 Main Rotor Blades for Sydney Helicopters! Well done RTI Australia Team! Now that RTI Australia is fully operational we can’t wait to provide the Australasian market with superior Rotor Blade repair services.
Advanced Composite Structures Group is proud to announce that Graham Boustred has joined the team as the Technical Director of Rotor-Tech International Brisbane (RTI Brisbane) in Australia. Mr. Boustred brings with him a wealth of experience in the aviation industry, with an astounding 46-year career in aviation.
Rotor-Tech International in Brisbane, Australia has received their CASA approval! We could not be more excited to get started doing what we do best – repairing Rotor Blades - on this side of the world! Congratulations to the Team on their hard work and effort to get our 4th state-of-the-art location up and running. Looking forward to providing our customers with exceptional service.
Rotor-Tech International (RTI), part of the Advanced Composite Structures (ACS) Group of Companies has been diligently preparing its Brisbane, Australia facility for an opening of early May 2022.
ACS Canada just received RDA approval from TCCA for spar replacement of S76 models A/B/C Tail Rotor Blades. A lot of work from our engineering department went into receiving this complex project approval.
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Specialist Aviation Services has partnered with Advanced Composite Structures in Winnipeg to develop a repair solution for their stockpile of unserviceable MD 902 Flex Beams
ACS has successfully completed research and development resulting in a repair design addressing the technical uncertainties associated with the MD 900 main rotor blade flex beams which has resulted in an ACS approved engineered solution.
Attention UH-1/B205 Operators!
We have Main Rotor Blades for Sale!
PN 204-011-250-005, TSN 1338 $41,000 USD
PN 204-011-250-113, TSN 1210 $52,000 USD
PN 204-011-250-113, TSN 1684 $30,000 USD
Join Rotor-Tech, Part of the ACS Group at Booth# 1P4 at the Rotor-Tech Helicopter and Unmanned Flight Exposition in Brisbane! We look forward to seeing you.
ACS is honored to be recognized as a Top 10 MRO Company for 2021 by Aerospace and Defense Review.
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Advanced Composite Structures is proud to offer Leonardo AW139 Main Rotor Blades for immediate exchange. ACS will also be adding AW139 Main Rotor Blades to our rental program, further enhancing our extensive AW139 Main and Tail rotor blade repair capabilities.
At Advanced Composite Structures (ACS), it's not business as usual. Surprisingly, despite the challenges presented by the global Covid-19 pandemic, it's "business positive," ...
Big news for the ACS Group! We have acquired a building in Brisbane, Australia and started the process of transforming it into Rotor-Tech International Australia! This 21,500 sq/ft facility is conveniently located beside the Brisbane International Airport. This facility will follow the ACS Group standard and be converted into a state-of-the-art Rotor Blade Repair facility. Due to the challenges of Covid, the project had a later start than anticipated, but we are aiming to be operational in March 2022!
The ACS Group has recently expanded our repair capabilities to now include repairs for Airbus EC155 Main Rotor Blades. The first set of EC155 blades repaired by our California facility, Rotor-Tech, have dual release certification and are now completed and ready to fly!
ACS welcomes to the team executive-level VP's of Sales with a combined 35 years of aviation experience, Tim Starn and Justin Barnett.
As the world faced COVID-19 challenges throughout 2020, ACS is grateful to be starting 2021 with steady growth and increased demands in providing our innovative rotor blade repair services to the helicopter industry. With our focus remaining on total customer satisfaction and keeping pace with these demands, Advanced Composite Structures has been investing its efforts into creating a strong, experienced team of key employees.
ACS is proud to announce the appointment of Nick Mair as CEO and Nick Hall as CCO of Advanced Composite Structures.
It is official! Rotor-Tech, part of the ACS Group, has received their EASA certification! Congratulations team on the hard work and dedication that went into receiving this accreditation.
Exciting times ahead as we look to providing EU operators with our world class rotor blade repairs.
Rotor-Tech, part of the ACS, Group has received EASA notice of Acceptance of Application and are anxiously awaiting to receive official EASA Certification in the very near future.
“We are excited that we will now be in a position to offer our worldwide customers EASA dual release for our rotor blade repair services “ Ernesto Luna, QA Manager of Rotor-Tech, part of the ACS Group
“This is such a huge, positive movement for Rotor-Tech to provide its world class repair services to the EU operators so they can gain all the economic benefits we have to offer; highest quality repairs, unbeatable turnaround time and cost-effective pricing” Herman Bevelhimer, General Manager of Rotor-Tech, part of the ACS Group.
The ACS Group is now providing support for UH-60M main and tail rotor blades using ACS engineered and developed repair designs and can now offer repair of the tip cap leading, edge strips, anhedral splice and supplemental strips.
“We are now capable of performing repairs for the UH-60M Blackhawk main rotor blades, adding to our existing repair capability for the UH-60L model main and tail rotor blades” – Bruce Anning VP of Technical Operations ACS Canada. “With our great success of the military programs we are excited about the civil aviation market for aircraft like the S70 and S92 aircraft, where we can leverage our technology/methodology into that market segment.”
ACS Canada can now carry out destructive testing to substantiate materials and processes in Composite bonding applications
ACS Canada made a major investment in enhancing its current 3D Scanning capabilities with the acquisition of a large volume laser scanner