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Everett Aviation to re-start Mozambique operations

Posted 1 March 2018 · Add Comment

Everett Aviation has announced the re-start of operations in Mozambique with the deployment of locally registered BK117-C1 C9-EXM.



“Everett has operated in Mozambique for many years and now holds an AOC there,” said Simon Everett, CEO. “Over recent months we have answered a number of urgent calls for support in Mozambique and so we have now taken the decision to base one of our versatile BK117 helicopters in country so that we can respond very quickly to our clients’ needs.

"We have configured the aircraft so that it can fulfil a range of missions including passenger transport, medical evaluation and utility work. This week, it has been performing unslinging operations.”

The Everett BK117 is based in Palma.

 

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