Babcock MCS Germany GmbH features a multicultural maintenance department to make sure all passengers and crewmembers will board a perfectly well-maintained helicopter and will have a safe and comfortable flight.
The fact that the gates at Babcock MCS Germany GmbH are open to everyone who is willing to support and improve our team has led to an international, experienced and highly motivated staff.
Our new and shiny hangar provides plenty of workspace for engineers to perform all kinds of maintenance and repairwork starting from daily inspections to heavy maintenance and structural repairwork. We also have cooperation partners allowing us to provide painting and laminating of foil for helicopters. There is almost nothing we can’t do!
The performance and quality of our services is not only provided for Babcock MCS Germany GmbH’s own helicopter fleet, but has also attracted customers, who have their machines maintained at our facilities.
As an approved maintenance organization in accordance with EASA Part-145, Babcock MCS Germany GmbH offers certified maintenance, overhaul and repairwork of helicopters, their engines and components.
With their high degree of competence and flexibility, our in-house aviation inspectors and their team ensure that the idle time of a helicopter is kept to a minimum.
Our maintenance technicians have profound expertise in a wide variety of helicopters, from heavy multi-engine helicopters down to small 2-seated trainers:
Babcock MCS Germany GmbH has some very good business relationships to several manufacturers like Guimbal, Robinson and especially Airbus Helicopters.
We are located close to the “Helicopter City” of Donauwoerth and working together with the Airbus Helicopter maintenance department in the same building. So ways are very short when it comes to manufacturers support.
The expertise of our experienced technicians is conserved by training young apprentices from the lowest level to CAT A licensed experts (EASA Part-66) in our own department. This is the best way to conserve our skills and safety culture for future challenges.