Uni-Fly has been appointed as a Daher network service center following the delivery of a TBM 940 turboprop single to a Danish customer. An EASA Part 145 repair station, Uni-Fly will provide Scandinavian support from its base at Denmark’s Hans Christian Andersen Airport near the city of Odense.
Founded in 1970, Uni-Fly provides helicopter aerial work services—support of geological and scientific expeditions, as well as powerline, oil and gas line, and television and telecommunication antenna inspections—in addition to fixed-wing and rotary maintenance. Other Uni-Fly helicopter services include hoisting of personnel for wind turbine maintenance and offshore transportation.
“With growing interest in Scandinavia for the TBM, it is important to ensure Daher’s support and services are available in this region,” said Daher aircraft division senior v-p Nicolas Chabbert. “Our partnership with Uni-Fly will be a true asset in supporting TBM customers and operators in Northern Europe.”