Phoenix Heli-Flight of Canada expands rotary fleet

                     Eurocopter Canada and Phoenix HeliFlight
Eurocopter has announced that Phoenix Heli-Flight has ordered two AS350 B2s, an EC135 and has signed an MoU for the first Canadian EC145 T2 helicopter.

“The AS350 B2’s are a favorite of our clients and we needed to increase our capacity to satisfy the demand for this aircraft”, sited Paul Spring, president and CEO of Phoenix Heli-Flight.

The new AS350 B2’s are a welcome addition to the current Phoenix fleet which includes; 2 EC120 B’s, a EC130 B4, AS350 B2, AS350 B3, AS355 N and a AS355 NP.

Spring continued “The main driver for the EC135 acquisition was the performance of the aircraft and the outstanding safety features. This helicopter is the reference machine for EMS operations”. The aircraft will be a dedicated Emergency Response Helicopter, serving the North East Region of Alberta. The aircraft is backed by funding from the Alberta energy industry and we are extremely pleased by the show of support.”

Phoenix Heli-Flight has become the first Canadian company to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the Eurocopter Ec145 T2 helicopter.

Photograph © Copyright Eurocopter Canada, Jay Miller (left to right) Guy Joannes, president and CEO Eurocopter Canada Limited, Darrel Peters, chief pilot, Phoenix Heli-Flight, Andrea Spring, vice president, Phoenix Heli-Flight, Paul Spring, president and CEO, Phoenix Heli-Flight, Wayne Woytkiw, key account manager, Western Canada, Eurocopter Canada Limited and Guillaume Leprince, vice president, Marketing and Sales, Eurocopter Canada Limited


Terry Spruce

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