Baltic Aviation Academy’s full flight simulators’ maintenance and repair services branch Simhelp.com has signed a contract with Eyedot Europe Ltd. According to the contract, Eyedot will be delivering full flight simulators’ parts repair and replacement services to SimHelp.com customers. Parts repaired and replaced include multi-screen displays, storage emulators, printed circuit boards (PCB), power supply units (PSU) and other electronic devices.
“Spare and repair service is one of the most important services while dealing with inoperative simulators and their systems. Very often it is more economically efficient to service an old detail without any impact to performance quality than to purchase a new one. As a result, SimHelp.com is aimed to grant a selection of experienced partners in spare and repair field. We are sure that our customers will be satisfied with Eyedot Europe’s provided fast and supportive services”, stated Gediminas Talacka, SimHelp.com Manager.
“We are delighted to have been chosen by SimHelp.com as a collaborative partner in its servicing team. Using our 25 years experience in supporting both legacy and up-to-date equipment on various simulation platforms we will be able to provide SimHelp.com customers with technical expertise, repair solutions and obsolescence management enabling them to maintain maximum uptime for training”, said Clive Huntley, Managing Director at Eyedot Europe Ltd.
Launched in June 2012, SimHelp.com brand is aimed to provide “one-stop-shop” simulators repair, maintenance and consultancy services by connecting simulators industry experts. The company currently connects 120 engineers team throughout the world.