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AVIATION SERVICES

Rotordyne is a full-service aviation company offering air charter, airwork, training, engineering, and avionics services. We have a wide range of experience in aviation, and our team is committed to providing the highest quality of service to our clients.

Air Services

02 9796 3517

Engineering

02 9790 2251

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About Rotordyne

Rotordyne was established in 2013 to provide Avionics services to operators in the utility helicopter industry. Since then we have expanded into fixed-wing Avionics servicing and modifications, helicopter engine and airframe maintenance and contract engineering services. We can now also supply aircraft for Charter and Airwork. Our aim is to provide a professional, industry-leading and reliable service.

delivering industry-leading reliable services

SAFETY

We recognise that safety in the air and on the ground is paramount. We understand that quality engineering practices will lead to safe aircraft.

RELIABILITY

Reliable aircraft are essential for our customers. We understand that maintaining industry-leading standards will directly result in reliable aircraft.

SERVICE

Rotordyne is fully committed to providing our clients with the highest level of customer service on the ground and in the air.

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Avionics

Rotordyne provides avionics servicing and installations for light twin and single-engine rotor and fixed-wing aircraft.

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maintenance

Rotordyne’s engineering team can provide scheduled and unscheduled servicing and repairs. We also specialize in the installation of utility helicopter provisions.

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Avionics News – Government Subsidised ADS-B Upgrades for VFR Aircraft

By |April 12th, 2022|Categories: Avionics|Tags: , , |

Grants of up to $5,000 to increase the uptake of ADS-B equipment in Australian–registered aircraft to improve safety and efficiency for Australian airspace users.

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