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AAL Group once again showcased its capabilities at the Dubai Air Show, reaffirming its dedication to sustaining Mi-type helicopters, fully independently and supported by its outstanding performance as a self-standing internationally recognized MRO and manufacturing organization. Through collaborations with their key partners, the AAL team remains unwavering in its commitment to advancing helicopter performance, unlocking new possibilities, and exploring sustainable solutions through its effective partnership and collaborations.
Among AAL’s long-term alliances AAL is proud to have the following strategic partners presenting joint solutions at DAS:
Thales, introducing state-of-the-art FlytX avionics suite paired with gimbal from Inpixal, a video processing solutions company
PBS Aerospace, a manufacturer of Auxiliary Power Units
PALL Corporation, featuring dust-protective device units
Paramount Group, a partner in joint development and production of the of composite blades in the UAE,
Airborne Technologies, showcasing the plug & fly SCAR-pod,
Safran, bringing forward innovative gimbal solutions represented globally across multiple platforms including Mi-type helicopters.
W.R. Davis Engineering, highlighting an advanced infra-red suppression system

AAL is not just showcasing this new technology; the company efficiently installs and integrates all this high-tech equipment onto Mi-type helicopters. The range of services offered extends beyond the bounds of the exhibition stand, always tailored to meet the unique requirements of their customers.
What sets AAL apart is its deep understanding of the operators, derived not only from building unique expertise based on over 23-years of successful performance but also from the company’s role as a helicopter operator itself, largely involved in diverse missions worldwide. The wealth of experience gained from serving both commercial and government clients in challenging environments has enriched the company with valuable insights into sustainability and enhancement of the helicopter platform. This hands-on experience allows the company to continuously improve and adapt its services, tailoring them to the specific needs of different operators and the countries they represent.
Thus, AAL’s commitment to supporting the Mi-type helicopter is largely recognized and endorsed by their customers around the world. Among the strategic customers, AAL is offering its services in support of UN WFP operators and has presented its capabilities at the 15th Global Humanitarian Aviation Conference & Exhibition (GHAC) held this year.
Looking ahead, the company is already laying the groundwork for further expanding its service offerings, placing a strong emphasis on understanding and addressing customer needs. The culmination of these ongoing efforts underscore AAL’s steadfast commitment to excellence in the helicopter industry.