Category:Helikopter Service

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Helikopter Service started out operating under the name Scancopter-Service A/S in 1956, using various small helicopters. But in 1966 the first steps in the Norwegian oil exploration started, and the company acquired two Sikorsky S-61 helicopters and at the same time changed its name to Helikopter Service. By 1980 the company was operating 20 such helicopters. The airline had by then been acquired by Scandinavian Airlines System and Fred. Olsen Airtransport. In 1996 the company changed its name to Helicopter Services Group and bought the British Bond Helicopters, its Australian subsidiary Lloyd Helicopters and later the South African Court Helicopters. CHC Helicopter bought Helicopter Services Group in 1999 and in 2000 the company changed name to CHC Helikopter Service.



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Pages in category "Helikopter Service"

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