Mon, Feb 27, 2006
Enstrom Helicopter has added a
new member to its dealership network.
“As we grow our network, we continue to look for upper
echelon dealers to aggressively grow our U.S. sales. Rocky Mountain
Rotorcraft fits the Enstrom profile perfectly” said Tracy
Biegler, director of Sales & Marketing. “Rocky Mountain
is a valued addition to our already solid U.S. network.”
Rocky Mountain Rotorcraft (RMR) provides sales, service and
flight training at its Erie Airport location in Erie, Colorado and
will serve the Rocky Mountain region. RMR’s managing partners
Andy Litteral and Jack Ferguson have extensive experience in
aircraft sales, brokerage and flight training. “The Enstrom
line of helicopters perform extremely well in our demanding
environment and make sense for a variety of applications in the
Rocky Mountain region. We’re excited to be a part of the
Enstrom team,” says RMR partner Andy Litteral. RMR recently
took delivery of a new 480B, which is on display in Heli-Expo booth
1331, and presently has the helicopter available for demo flights
to qualified buyers in the western US.
RMR is partnered with Erie based Vector, Air a top notch
maintenance center that has recently been approved as a Certified
Enstrom Service Center, under the RMR umbrella. Vector Air
currently takes care of four Enstrom aircraft including the new
480B and the company’s factory trained mechanics have been
servicing Enstrom helicopters for eight years. Vector Air is also a
Certified Cessna Service Center.
In addition to Enstrom helicopter sales and maintenance, RMR
offers a full range of in house flight training from the initial
private rating through CFI, utilizing Enstrom helicopters.
“We love the Enstrom product line for training and are
able to take advantage of the numerous and challenging mountain
locations our state has to offer” says Jack Ferguson, RMR
partner and chief pilot. The flight school focuses on advanced
mountain training and caters to Enstrom owners and pilots with an
interest in the Enstrom line of helicopters.
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