Precision Heli-Support relocates local, nationwide aviation services to Mesa’s Falcon Field Airport

Precision Heli-Support, LLC (PHS) has moved its Arizona operations to Mesa’s Falcon Field Airport.  PHS offers comprehensive solutions to a worldwide rotor and fixed-wing customer base. It supports a multitude of aircraft types in the 14 CFR Part 23 and Part 27 categories. Capabilities include full avionics installations, transponder certifications, off- and on-site troubleshooting, engineering (on-staff DER & DAR), sheet metal, Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) and Inspection Authorization (IA) mechanics, field support, part sales and component overhaul. PHS is a Part 145 and AS9110 certified maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO) company.

“We are excited to start the new year at Falcon Field Airport,” General Manager Jerry Guevara said. “For many years we have provided a full spectrum of aviation services to customers nationwide. Falcon Field has always been recognized as a top general aviation airport, and we would like to add to that notoriety. Our goal is to keep local business while attracting more business nationwide.”

“We are thrilled that Precision Heli Support will be calling Falcon Field and the Falcon Business District their home,” Vice Mayor and District 5 Councilmember David Luna said. “Mesa works hard to keep and develop aviation businesses in northeast Mesa and we are glad that PHS has chosen to partner with us. I know that this new location will expand their business goals and profitability.”

An example of the synergy between PHS and existing local products is the radar altimeter system and ADS-B solutions that PHS recently developed that enable several models of MD Helicopters to comply with Federal Aviation Administration mandates.

“Precision Heli-Support is a great addition to Falcon Field,” Airport Director Corinne Nystrom said. “It will complement the aviation services offered here. We hope its experience with private, commercial and military aerospace sectors will help attract customers that will create a ripple effect of new business at the airport.”