Slave Lake Helicopters takes delivery of new H125
Canadian operator, Slave Lake Helicopters has taken delivery of a new Airbus Helicopters H125 (formerly AS350 B3e).
George Kelham, owner of Slave Lake Helicopters said: “The decision to upgrade our existing fleet with the H125 was an easy decision to make.”
“This new helicopter fits in well with our existing fleet which operate extensively in mountainous regions and over larger territories. Our customers rely on us to fly the latest in aircraft technology so we can get the job done no matter what the conditions may be,” added Kelham.
“Our customers rely on us to fly the latest in aircraft technology so we can get the job done no matter what the conditions may be.”
This particular helicopter has been upgraded with cargo pods and mirrors, longlining, an enlarged floor window allowing many uses for the aircraft including forestry missions and other utility operations.
Romain Trapp, CEO of Airbus Helicopters Canada said: “Slave Lake Helicopters has amassed a reputation for excellent service and responsiveness throughout the region by continuously providing quality products and service.”
“Slave Lake’s missions are Airbus Helicopters’ missions and we look forward to supporting and assisting them with their future business objectives,” Trapp added.
Slave Lake Helicopters was founded in 1998 and currently operate a fleet of 6 helicopters which include an AS350B3e, multiple AS350B2’s, an EC120B and now an H125.