Helijet

The March-April issue of Vertiflite included a feature article on Helijet. Included here are additional photos to enjoy. 

Helijet International, based at Vancouver International Airport, is currently North America’s only scheduled passenger helicopter airline service (flying Sikorsky S-76A aircraft) and is British Columbia's largest air medical service provider, operating S-76C+ helicopters (and Bombardier Learjet 31A jets) for the British Columbia government’s air ambulance service (for which Helijet has been contracted since 1998) and private sector air medical service providers. Helijet also maintains year-round charter operations in British Columbia. (Download the issue to read the rest of the article.)

Copyleft licenseAll photos on this page -- and all photos in our galleries (unless otherwise noted) -- are © by AHS International and provided to the public under the Creative Commons By Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA) license ("copyleft"). 

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Boarding at Vancouver heliport
Vancouver heliport
Vancouver window view
A view of the Gulf Islands
The Gulf Islands
Victoria heliport with ferry
Lions Gate Bridge
Cockpit of S-76A scheduled service
Liftoff from Vancouver heliport
Scheduled service takes off for Victoria
S-76C+ lands at Vancouver Aiport
S-76C+ for BC Ambulance Service
S-76C+ BCAS cockpit
S-76C+ BCAS cabin
A recently refurbished S-76A
S-76A rooftop
S-76A tail rotor
Latest Helijet S-76A acquisition undergoing overhaul
S-76A for charters and S-76C+ air ambulance
A beautiful day in Vancouver



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