Since 1984, Sterling Helicopter has been providing their customers with quality service at their FAA approved repair station which is capable and authorized to perform the highest quality maintenance needed.
Sterling Helicopter “got off the ground” in 1984, based on the vision of its Chairman Jack Brown, a pilot and aviation enthusiast. As Philadelphia’s only Heliport and Helicopter Repair Station, Sterling has built an excellent reputation offering professional helicopter services locally, nationally and internationally meeting the needs of municipalities, corporate executives and transient travelers alike. The Repair Station business outgrew the capacity of the Penn’s Landing heliport facilities and in 2006 the Croydon facility opened for business.
Sterling’s main business locations now include its headquarters in Croydon, PA, and the Penn’s Landing Heliport in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Sterling’s Croydon facility offers over 30,000 square feet of hangar space. This includes a Bell Service Center, Airbus Service Center, Safran Certified Maintenance Center (CMC), as well as heavy support operations for Leonardo (Agusta), Sikorsky, and MD helicopters.
In 2019 Sterling Helicopter began offering full engineering services and capabilities to add to it’s already loyal and growing customer following. In 2021, FAA-PMA was added to the list of growing business ventures within Sterling Helicopter. Sterling continues to grow and support it’s existing and new clients around the world.
At Sterling Helicopter, we believe in giving our customer the best experience we can with a true customer service experience. Our leadership team is made of driven and devoted individuals who put customers needs about all else. At the end of each day, we want to ensure that all customers leave any business transaction with us feeling completely taken care of and treated with the upmost professionalism, rivaling the best in the industry. Our leadership team often will go the extra mile to ensure a customer AOG is handled, or helicopter issue is resolved to get them back in the air.