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Eight Year Air Ambulance Contract Goes To Helijet

Aircraft To Be Based In Vancouver And Prince Rupert, BC

An eight-year, $94.7 million contract has been awarded to Helijet International by the BC Ambulance Service to provide three helicopters, flight and maintenance personnel for rotary air ambulance services based in Vancouver and Prince Rupert. The contract, which goes into effect April 1 of next year, also includes a four year extension option.

Helijet will provide three dedicated helicopters on call for 24 hour a day, seven days a week service 365 days a year. Two of the helicopters will be based at Helijet’s company headquarters at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond. One helicopter will be based in Prince Rupert.

“Everyone at Helijet is proud that we’ve been entrusted with the responsibility of transporting this province’s critically ill patients,” said Danny Sitnam, President and CEO, Helijet. “We’re looking forward to the continued provision of safe, reliable air ambulance service for British Columbians over the next eight years.”

Helijet will acquire Sikorsky S-76C+ model helicopters for the contract and will require a staff of 45 professionals to manage fly and maintain the equipment. The helicopters will be equipped with the latest operating and safety system advancements to provide the highest level of mission safety and reliability.


S-76C+ File Photo

Helijet is a registered offsetter to British Columbia’s Pacific Carbon Trust (PCT) and will offset all of the BC Air Ambulance contract helicopters creating a 100% carbon-neutral footprint throughout the term of the service contract. Helijet’s scheduled helicopter service business unit is a recognized carbon offsetter.

Helijet has been under contract with the BC Ambulance Service, operating two dedicated helicopters based in Vancouver for over 12 years and turbo-jet fixed wing aircraft for more than 5 years.

FMI: www.helijet.com

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