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Overview

Starlite Maintenance was established to carry out maintenance on Starlite’s fleet of helicopters and more recently fixed wing aircraft.

Starlite comprises of numerous dedicated Aircraft Maintenance Organisations, world wide, providing maintenance and logistic requirements for all aircraft operated by the Starlite Aviation Group through our highly skilled, expert team of engineers.

Johannesburg, Durban, South Africa and Dublin, Ireland, are our primary Aircraft Maintenance Organisations, with certified satellite AMO’s established at key locations worldwide, providing onsite maintenance through a permanent group of qualified maintenance engineers for the contract fleet of helicopters and fixed wing aircraft.

Starlite maintenance provides mission ready helicopters and fixed wing aircraft configured for all requirements, for complex helicopter operations in remote locations.

Maintenance and component life tracking is managed with the CAMO Department who makes use of the TRAXXALL Management Tool.

TRAXXALL is also used for managing:

  • Inventory
  • Tool and ground support equipment
  • Consumables

Starlite Maintenance Durban (SMD)

SMD originally provided maintenance and logistic services for the Training Academy fleet of Aircraft and our Aero Sales division locally but owing to growing marketing demand we are certified to carry out third party work on most rotor and fixed wing maintenance.

After further expansion, SMD became a fully approved Robinson Service Centre and went on to extended our capabilities in support of Aero Sales, by building a facility to accommodate an assembly line for Robinson Aircraft, termed from “the box to the shop” division. In >>>> we added the Guimbal Cabri G2 to our assembly line and an expanded our capaiblities to include, Bell and other major aircraft brands

Starlite Maintenance Johannesburg (SMJ)

SMJ provides maintenance and logistic support on the Aircraft operating on contract, both locally and internationally.  Our facility is strategically positioned just outside the town of Heidelberg.