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Now available to operators globally, the Eagle Fleet Management (EFM) Plan has been designed to moderate and lower your annual operating costs over a fixed period. For over 40 years, our team has fully supplied components and serviced Legacy Bell Medium Helicopters including 204s, 205s, 212s, and 412s on a routine and urgent basis. We have now transitioned this expertise into a dynamic component support plan that accommodates a fleet of any size, for any mission.
Headquartered in Calgary, Canada, Eagle has been providing complete fleet management support to operators since 1975. Historically specializing in Bell Medium utility helicopters, Eagle has successfully transitioned from a small, family business to a global team of experts, with a network of affiliates in North America, South America, and Australia across multiple OEM platforms.
Eaglematic’s vision is to always provide our clients the best manufacturing products and services in the market. By taking your specifications and providing our innovation, we are able to develop industry-leading designs, machinery, and services.
For over 35 years, Eagle has proudly served the medical, energy, aerospace, and industrial industries, supplying companies around the world with millions of feet of tubing per year. Eagle Stainless Tube & Fabrication Inc. was founded by Bob Bubencik Sr. and Roy Elliot in 1982 with a mission to offer an extensive selection of cut-to-length and precision-made stainless tubing as well as “off the shelf” sizes and grades. Over the years, Eagle has broadened its inventory by adding titanium, aluminum, copper and solid bar stock.
In 1969, the genesis of today’s air cargo industry occurred. Eagle was there to answer the airlines call for an all-weather, high-speed cargo tractor which had not yet been invented. Eagle successfully engineered and developed the Ford F-350 Bob Tail for United Airlines at Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Within two decades, the Eagle Bob Tail had become the narrow and wide-body cargo towing standard used by all North American and British airlines, and also military GSE. Still today, the Eagle Bob Tailremains the leading high-speed cargo tractor on the global market.
EaglePicher Technologies is a leading producer of batteries and energetic devices. For more than 75 years, we have been serving the mission-critical aerospace, defense, aviation and medical battery markets. EaglePicher’s batteries are a key component of the U.S. space program; our batteries provided the emergency power that successfully brought the Apollo 13 crew home. Today, EaglePicher batteries power the International Space Station, Mars Rovers, commercial jets and helicopters, life-saving medical implants and more than 85 percent of U.S. missile platforms.
EMJ is a leading supplier of Steel and Aluminum Bar, Tubing, and Plate to manufacturing companies in North America and around the world. Our broad network of facilities, superior inventories, extensive value-added processing capabilities, and world-class technology enables EMJ to provide unsurpassed service to our customers.
From 1958 to 1962 East Air operated a charter airline based in Germany that provided passenger and cargo services throughout Europe, North America and Africa with its four Douglas DC-4 aircraft. During this period, East Air observed first-hand the many difficulties and inefficiencies that existed in the aerospace supply chain.
East Coast Aero Club provides high-quality flight instruction and aircraft rental. Our fleet includes over 40 aircraft, including two multi-engine airplanes and two Robinson helicopters, maintained by our staff of aviation maintenance technicians. We have over 25 certified flight instructors at three locations, offering instruction for Private and Commercial Pilot Certificates, as well as Instrument and Multi-Engine ratings.
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