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Erickson firefighting aircrane returns to Chile

Erickson firefighting aircrane returns to Chile

🕔12:34, 13.Dec 2017

Global air services operator Erickson will be re-introducing its firefighting rotorcraft, the S-64 aircrane, to Chile’s Bío Bío region. The aircrane will be delivered to Latin American operator Ecocopter to provide various services for wood and forestry company ARAUCO. The aircrane

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Erickson appoints new CEO

Erickson appoints new CEO

🕔11:49, 4.Sep 2017

Aviation services provider Erickson has appointed Doug Kitani as its new chief executive and director. Kitani assumed the role on 31 August. He was previously CEO and director of government services firm IAP Worldwide Services. He has also worked in

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Erickson fights fires all over the world using the S-64 Aircrane

Erickson fights fires all over the world using the S-64 Aircrane

🕔11:57, 21.Aug 2017

Erickson, a firefighting company with more than 30 years experience, is fighting fires all around the world. It owns the largest S-64 Aircrane fleet. The Aircrane Helitanker is one of the most recognised and effective firefighting helicopters in the world. There

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Erickson files for Chapter 11, Lombard lends to Bristow

Erickson files for Chapter 11, Lombard lends to Bristow

🕔17:36, 17.Nov 2016

One step forward, one step back. Just as CHC prepares to exit from Chapter 11 early next year, Erickson has entered. Like CHC, Erickson’s filing is not a huge surprise. It has had a few tough years. In retrospect, its

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Erickson gets two-year logging contract in Malaysia

Erickson gets two-year logging contract in Malaysia

🕔13:21, 18.Aug 2016

Erickson has been selected to provide aerial timber harvesting services to  the companies Asiatic Heli-Logging SDN BHD and Hormat Jadi SDN BHD in Sabah, Malaysia, starting in September 2016. The annual combined contract will be worth $9 million a year

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Erickson and Kestrel get $24 million contract extension in Australia

Erickson and Kestrel get $24 million contract extension in Australia Updated

🕔10:40, 18.Aug 2016

 Erickson Incorporated and their Australian partner Kestrel Aviation Ltd have been awarded a two-year contract extension to provide wildland firefighting helicopter services in Australia. The extension is for six S-64E Aircrane helicopters to be used throughout Australia to provide aerial

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“Unsatisfactory” financial results for Erickson in Second Quarter

“Unsatisfactory” financial results for Erickson in Second Quarter

🕔15:03, 15.Aug 2016

Erickson have released their second quarter financial results for 2016 with revenue down $16.2 million compared to the second quarter of 2015 at $50.8 million. Commercial Aviation Services revenues also decreased, from $13.3 million to $21 million, down from $34.3

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Erickson chosen for Coast Guard support in Alaska

Erickson chosen for Coast Guard support in Alaska

🕔09:59, 30.Jun 2016

Erickson has been selected to provide helicopter transportation services for the US Coast Guard (USCG) in Alaska. Erickson’s Bell 212 helicopters will transport USCG Research and Development Center (RDC) staff and equipment to various locations in the Nome, Alaska area

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Erickson hires Imperial Capital

Erickson hires Imperial Capital

🕔10:26, 10.Jun 2016

Erickson Incorporated has hired Imperial Capital, a full-service investment bank, to explore strategic alternatives for the company. In addition to Imperial’s capital markets expertise, it specialises in aerospace, defense and government services, and airline and transportation industries among others. ALSO

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Erickson wins contracts with US Navy

Erickson wins contracts with US Navy

🕔10:25, 10.Jun 2016

Erickson has been awarded two five year term agreements with one firm-fixed year and four follow on annual option years, to provide vertical replenishment and other rotary-wing logistic services to Military Sealift Command for support of the United States Navy’s

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