Haverfield Aviation has been acquired by Houston-based Quanta Services for an undisclosed value.

Haverfield Aviation provides helicopter services to energy companies such as aerial power line inspection, maintenance, repair, and construction support services.

Quanta Services is a Fortune 300 company, which offers infrastructure solutions for the electric power, oil & gas, and telecommunication industries.

Both the companies involved in the transaction are based in the US.

Aeryon Labs has been acquired by US-based manufacturer of thermal imaging infrared cameras and imaging sensors FLIR Systems for $200m.

The company will be part of unmanned systems and integrated solutions unit of FLIR Government and Defense business.

“The acquisition of General Aerospace will be financed by existing loan agreements and cash.”

Based in Waterloo, Canada, Aeryon Labs is involved in developing high-performance unmanned aerial systems for military, public safety and critical infrastructure applications.

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VSE Aviation, a subsidiary of VSE Corporation, has acquired 1st Choice Aerospace for an initial purchase price of $112m.

Potential payments of $40m will be made if 1st Choice meets the performance thresholds during 2019 and 2020, as per the purchase agreement.

1st Choice reported approximately $29m of revenues in 2017, while those in 2018 are estimated to reach $47m.

Citizens Capital Markets and SunTrust Robinson Humphrey served as financial advisers to VSE Aviation, while Arent Fox provided legal advice.

XLS Partners acted as M&A adviser to 1st Choice and Gunster provided legal services.

General Aerospace has agreed to be acquired by Stabilus, a Germany-based company engaged in manufacturing and supplying gas struts, damping solutions, and electromechanical drives.

Stabilus has also agreed to take over Clevers S.R.L.

Both General Aerospace and Clevers are expected to be combined into the Stabilus Group, following the completion of the transaction in March.

The acquisition of General Aerospace will be financed by existing loan agreements and cash.

Based in Germany, General Aerospace designs and manufactures aviation motion control components.

digEcor has acquired Collins Aerospace’s (previously Rockwell Collins) commercial in-flight entertainment (IFE) for an undisclosed amount.

digEcor is now rebranded under the name of an indigenous Australian word, Burrana.

The acquisition will add Rockwell Collins’ PAVES family of seat-back and overhead solutions, total entertainment system (TES) and enhanced total entertainment system (ETES) to digEcor’s portfolio.

Based in Brisbane, Australia, digEcor develops commercial in-flight entertainment (IFE) solutions and cabin technologies.