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Sweet catch! Helijet renews 12M in fishing deals

June 11, 2014, Richmond, B.C. - Helijet announced it has renewed helicopter service contracts with world famous Fishing Resorts in the Haida Gwaii Islands located on the North-West Coast of British Columbia.


Together, the three-year service contracts with renewal options exercised are valued at over $12 million. Helijet will provide exclusive summer-season helicopter service to the resort lodge locations utilizing   twin-engine Sikorsky S-76 helicopters, which will be operated and maintained by a Helijet team located from both the Sandspit and Masset Airports.
 
The 13-passenger helicopters will fly Resort guests and supplies to and from these remote Lodges, which are situated along some of most beautiful and rugged wilderness regions of British Columbia’s west coast.  The S-76 helicopters will also be available for general charter to other clients at times when they’re not scheduled to serve Helijet’s resort clients.  Helijet also operates a year-round operating base located at Sandspit Airport, with a complete hangar and office infrastructure, mission specific helicopters and experienced flight crew, in support of all business sectors.
 
Helijet President and CEO Danny Sitnam commented,“ The opportunity to present our team’s service delivery and safety standards to our renewed  partnered clients, demonstrates Helijet’s ongoing ability to provide the safest and most  efficient air transport solutions  in one of Canada’s most scenic and rugged environments, all the while supporting  the sport fishing industry”.
 
Helijet has become a leading air service provider on BC’s north coast, now providing a significant fleet of single and twin engine helicopters for a total of 13 world renowned sport fishing and ecotourism lodge resorts operating in the Haida Gwaii islands and north-central Coast of BC.


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