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Canadian Helicopters is well known for taking on the toughest challenges. Check out our gallery of images from some of our more recent assignments.

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    In May of 2013 Canadian Helicopters moved into its new hangar and office facility in Terrace, BC. The 13,000 square foot facility includes areas for reception, offices, pilot lounge, flight planning and debriefing rooms, and hangar space for 12 aircraft.
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    AS355N performing tower landings for BC Hydro live line insulator replacement project (Skeena River, BC).
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    Sikorsky S61N water bucketing for wildfire suppression in Alberta (Grande Cache, AB)
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    Bell 206L performing water surveys on the Kovik River (Nunavik, Canada)
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    Located in Penticton, Canada, the HNZ Topflight flight training school is located in close proximity to ideal mountain training areas. Here a Eurocopter EC120B makes a landing in the mountain training area.
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    Canadian Helicopters has been providing air ambulance services since 1977. This Sikorsky S76A Air Ambulance helicopter is stationed at Point Pleasant Park Helipad in Halifax, Canada.
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    A large portion of Canadian Helicopters’ intermediate class fleet is comprised of the Eurocopter AS350 series of aircraft, including this brand new Eurocopter AS350B3e undergoing a test flight.
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    Canadian Helicopters’ helicopters are regularly used for wildfire suppression activities, most commonly using water buckets on longlines to douse hot spots.
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    Canadian Helicopters offers flight training to Canadian Forces pilots at Southport Manitoba through its Allied Wings joint venture. Here a flight instructor demonstrates the on-site flight simulator.
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    To ensure exceptional fleet reliability, Canadian Helicopters enforces stringent maintenance standards and provides extensive training programs for its Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.
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    A large portion of Canadian Helicopters’ intermediate class fleet is comprised of the Eurocopter AS350 series of aircraft. Here, a brand new Eurocopter AS350B3e taxis in for a landing after a successful test flight.
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    Environmental assessments and surveys take Canadian Helicopters aircraft to some of the more remote areas of the world. Here a Eurocopter AS355F1 is used to conduct a pipeline survey over the Mackenzie Delta near Inuvik, Northwest Territories.
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    Rebuild of an AS350 helicopter at the Canadian Helicopters’ facility in Les Cèdres, Québec.
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    Located in Penticton, Canada, the HNZ Topflight flight training school is located in close proximity to ideal mountain training areas. Here a Eurocopter EC120B sits on a landing pad in the mountain training area.
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    Canadian Helicopters’ aircraft are regularly used for wildfire suppression activities. In this picture a back burn operation was used to control a forest fire burning only 10 miles away from the town of Norman Wells, in northern Canada.
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    Canadian Helicopters’ aircraft assist with various oil & gas exploration activities. Here a Bell 212 is using a 130ft longline to sling seismic bags to hard-to-access staging sites.
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    The HNZ Topflight purpose built campus for advanced flight and mountain training includes classrooms, boardrooms, pilot lounge, library, study areas, and flight planning and debriefing rooms. This modern facility uses the latest in technology and is designed to provide an exceptional learning environment.
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    To ensure exceptional fleet reliability, Canadian Helicopters enforces stringent maintenance standards and provides extensive training programs for its Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.
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    Ice accumulation can shut down entire wind farms during the winter months. Here, a Eurocopter AS350 is using a hot water spray to de-ice wind turbines at the Caribou Wind Park, New Brunswick, Canada.
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    Air Ambulance hover exit training.
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    Canadian Helicopters flies in support of a variety of environmental projects including wildlife surveys, such as this Caribou Survey being conducted in northern Canada.
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    Canadian Helicopters has extensive experience supporting power line maintenance and construction projects. Here a ladder is being lowered by longline to a crew working on a live line insulator replacement program on Canada’s west coast.
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    Located in Penticton, Canada the HNZ Topflight flight training school is located in close proximity to ideal mountain training areas. Here a Eurocopter EC120B is flying past a pinnacle in the mountain training area.
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    Eurocopter AS350B2 on a mineral exploration job near Prospector Mountain, Yukon.