Transportes Aéreos Pegaso (Pegaso) has acquired two H145 helicopters to be operated in the Gulf of México in support of the oil and electricity industries, becoming the first operator for this type in Mexico. The contract includes an HCare Smart parts-by-the-hour package, as well as Flyscan, the predictive maintenance service that analyses Health & Usage Monitoring System (HUMS) data to anticipate formerly unscheduled events and avoid operational disruptions, increasing aircraft availability.Equipped with the latest monitoring and safety equipment, Pegaso’s H145s will be configured for the company’s primary mission of providing airlift services to the energy industry, with the focus on Gulf of Mexico oil and gas activity. Pegaso currently operates a fleet of 25 Airbus helicopters, representing the H130, H135, H145 and H155 families. The Mexican operator was also the Latin American launch customer for the super-medium H175.
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