AMO:237 & AMO:966

Hover Dynamics Maintenance Grand Central Airport, AMO (Aircraft Maintenance Organization) #237, was started in 1994 as a division of Hover Dynamics. Our second branch in Nelspruit AMO, #966, has been in operation since 2013.

The focus of maintenance at that time was to ensure that our own fleet of aircraft were maintained to the highest standards. However the demand for maintenance from private owners was so overwhelming that soon we were the busiest AMO on the airfield.

Hover Dynamics Maintenance is licensed and approved by the SACAA for engine and airframes categories E & F rotorcraft.

In 1995 Hover Dynamics was appointed as a Robinson approved service centre. This requires that your engineers attend a factory training course, that you purchase and maintain a minimum spares inventory and that you purchase Robinson special tools. This approval is reviewed on an annual basis and renewed based on minimum criteria being met.

This service centre agreements mean that we buy our spares direct from the factories at wholesale prices.
We are therefore in a unique position to pass these discounts back to our clients.

Hover Dynamics Maintenance specializes in

- Line maintenance on Robinson R22, R44 and R66 Turbine

- 2200 Hour rebuilds on Robinson R22, R44 and R66 Turbine

- Insurance claims and rebuilds

- Import and export Certificate of Airworthiness

- Assembling and disassembling of aircraft




Willem Breitenbach has been heading up our engineers since 2011.  He attended the Robinson Helicopter Factory Course and is Factory licensed on the Robinson R22, R44, and the more recent Robinson R66 Turbine.  With an eye for detail and a love for his profession, he has many hours working and overseeing maintenance on helicopters.

Adriaan Wentzel has been with the company for 6 years - starting out as our hangar attendant at Grand Central Airport upon completing his studies at MATA, through the years he has worked his way up the ladder from the skies of Gauteng to the skies of Mpumulanga, achieving heights as a now Qualified Engineer. Pure determination to succeed in Aviation.