LONDON — Helicopter MRO organization Heli-One has secured its first contract with the U.K. defense ministry — a deal to support the engines for the Royal Air Force’s Westland Puma Mk. 2 transport helicopters. The company, a subsidiary of helicopter operator CHC, signed the deal on Feb. 7 to provide logistic support for the Turbomeca Makila 1A1 engines fitted to the newly upgraded aircraft over the next 13 years. The deal is understood to be worth $80 million. As well as being ...

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