Our Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation ensures that all aircraft operating under an AOC or NCC/NCO receive precise and sophisticated maintenance using our e-tech log information tracking system. All maintenance, work orders, part replacements, stock levels and pending orders are tracked to each helicopter and our systems even record which tools and equipment have been used by each engineer responsible. All our technical systems are constantly updated and EASA compliant for your peace of mind. In fact, we are fully certified under the Malta Civil Aviation Department with CAMO MT.MG.51.


Maintenance is not equal amongst service stations. Standards may be met but expertise is learnt. Our maintenance operation involves input from some of the most experienced engineers in the helicopter industry, some also happen to be fully qualified EASA pilots. Combined with the latest diagnostic equipment, we are able to offer both line and base maintenance in Malta, in our other bases, as well as elsewhere with our mobile service. We are able to perform AOG services whereever the aircraft may be located. We also provide services to yacht based helicopters. We can perform line and base maintenance for the aircraft which we have on our capability list. (MT.145.09 Pending)


Maintenance can be performed wherever the helicopter is located. When the 'aircraft is on ground' we can travel to the aircraft to bring it back into service. For aircraft located on yachts we can travel to the yacht to perform maintenance either as required by the CAMO or to rectify mechanical issues.


We are authorised for the following Airbus and Leonardo/Agusta aircraft. We are adding more aircraft on almost a monthly basis.
AS350, H130, H135, AW 109 (most versions), Robinson


Malta is replicating the success of its shipping registry with its aviation registry. With a businesslike regulator and a forward looking Government, Malta is has become the 'GO TO' location for aircraft maintenance and maintenance. The likes of Lufthansa Technik, SRtechnik, RyanAir and Easyjet are all present in Malta. HSML has, in a short period of time, the largest fleet of helicopters registered in Malta. There are also fiscal advantages of basing in Malta.

Malta has built a reputation as the preferred destination for aviation. An ideal jurisdiction for corporate structures and with clear advantages for registering your aircraft, HSML ensures owners expectations are met.


Facilities at Malta International Airport are excellent. HSML have hangers, fuel and other services on offer. Over 300 days of sunshine means that aircraft can arrive and depart easily