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DC Aviation expands operations

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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BHS Helicopterservice located in Bamberg, Germany  has partnered with Stuttgart-based DC Aviation. The company has now expanded its operating licence to include the commercial use of helicopters.

BHS operates two helicopters, an Airbus H135 and an AgustaWestland AW109SP, both will be available for charter from early next month.

“The basis of our trusting and partnership-based collaboration is the many years of experience both companies have in the operation of business jets and helicopters.”

Michael Kuhn, chief executive at DC Aviation, said: “In the future, four helicopters at the Bamberg, Stuttgart and Zurich locations will ensure that we can respond flexibly, efficiently, and quickly to every situation and requirement.”

“Ultra-modern avionics in the cockpit facilitate flights according to instrument flight rules. This puts us in a position to guarantee the security of our customers‘ flight plans independent from the weather,” added Maximilian Stoschek, CEO of BHS Helicopterservice.



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