GVH Aerospace goes to 3rd China Helicopter Exposition in Tianjin
Sep 8, 2015
GVH Aerospace goes to the 3rd China Helicopter Expo and AeroMart Tianjin 2015. Held at the Tianjin Binhai Airport Economic Zone from 9th of September 2015 to 13th of September 2015, this is a high level program focussing on industry trends and commercial opportunities in the region. Come and discuss with us about our helicopter and fixed wing EMS solutions, uniquely designed to turn any passenger carrying helicopter or passenger aircraft into an EMS air ambulance or a quick conversion for the Search and Rescue mission. GVH Aerospace is at Exhibition Hall number 2, stand number D604. We are also presenting on the 10th of September on the common misunderstanding of EASA approvals in both English and Chinese.
Nova Group listed in the BRW Best Places to Work 2015!
Sep 1, 2015
We are very proud to announce that the Nova Group has made it into the Business Review Weekly Top 50 Best Places to Work; Nova was ranked at 13th overall (in companies with more than 100 employee’s) – an achievement we are very excited about.
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“As a Professional Service Provider, Nova Systems provides customers with world-class expertise in delivering complex projects and solving technologically challenging problems. Empathy plays a significant role in the culture at Nova, where employees are given the opportunity to donate a portion of their own accrued personal/carers leave to a Central Illness Leave Register, for employees who fall seriously ill once their own leave balance has depleted.”
GVH Aerospace Delivers Reconfigured 767
Aug 18, 2015
GVH Aerospace delivers to the world’s second largest aircraft leasing company a reconfigured Boeing 767-300, destined for a European airline. Working closely through GVH Aerospace’ Inflight Entertainment (IFE) system and cabin services partner, the 767-300 was reconfigured from the original 2-class 2-3-2 seating configuration into an all economy 2-4-2 layout with the new look interior. The existing IFE system was removed and replaced by a Passenger Service System complete with USB power (PSS+P) providing 5V 2,1A power to all passengers.