The Northeast corridor, and especially Manhattan, is the busiest helicopter environment in the world. However, helicopters have always been a â€œsecondary priorityâ€ to fixed wing aviation at all the airports in and around New York – paying high fuel prices and enduring long ferry sectors to service the flying public.
Helo Holdings Inc. is pleased to offer a new aviation infrastructure solution aimed squarely at the helicopter community. The 7.26 acre â€œHelicopter-Onlyâ€ FBO, is located in Kearny, New Jersey at 95 Western Avenue (just one half mile from exit 15E off of the New Jersey Turnpike) and is just 2 minutes flight time from Manhattan. It offers 28,000 sq. ft. of hangar space, 10,000 sq. ft. of lease-able hangar and administrative offices, ample landing and parking (up to 12 helicopter parking spaces), full Maintenance services, pilot friendly amenities and a 24,000 gallon fuel farm with two â€œhotâ€ refueling pads. All within 2 minutes flying time of Manhattan.
Benefits: Time, Money & Convenience
The barriers to developing a Helicopter FBO traditionally have been obtaining the necessary â€œspecial useâ€ zoning and government approvals. Helo Holdings Inc. has been able to overcome these hurdles and the facility is currently under construction with completion expected in mid November, 2010.
Metro New York helicopter operators and pilots will enjoy significant fuel and ferry cost savings by using the HHI facility. Itinerant helicopter operators from points outside the New York area will find an amenity rich heliport to wait for their customers and very competitive fuel prices in a facility conveniently placed to Manhattan.
Helo Holdings Incâ€™s Operating Partner, the Analar Corporation, will be an anchor tenant
Helo Holdings operating partner, the Analar Corporation, will be one of the HHI â€œanchor tenantsâ€ bringing its five helicopters to the facility when it is completed. Analar, a Regus Gold designated company is engaged in helicopter charters, fractional ownership, helicopter management, maintenance, consulting and sales in the New York City area from its current base in Princeton, New Jersey. Analar holds a Part 135 Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration and has been engaged in these lines of business for over 26 years. Analar has flown more than four million miles and 120,000 passengers in its long history.
For more information, please contact: Helo Holdings, Inc., 285 West Side Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306; 201-526-7617; email: [email protected] â€“ website: www.analarcorp.com
- EASA certifies Safran Arriel 2H on Avicopter AC312E
- EASA Management Board re-elects Executive Director
- VR-Technologies of Russian Helicopters start tests of VRT300 UAV
- AHS Rebrands as “The Vertical Flight Society”
- Rostec to create VRT500 prototype by the end of 2019
- Safran Ardiden 3C obtains EASA type certification
- Virginia State Police Honour Late Trooper
- Mexico – MH-60R Multi-Mission Helicopters
- Elbit Systems to Showcase a Modular Mission Helicopters Package
- New Trustee for Essex & Herts Air Ambulance
- Helicentre Announces 2019 US FAA CPL(H) Scholarship
- ARSA Supports Effort to Increase Part 147 School Flexibility
- EASA go to AERO 2018 with vision for the future of GA
- Rheinmetall Group and Sikorsky will lead in-service support for the CH-53K
- DRF upgrades Christoph 47 base from BK117 to H145
- Western Australian Police start process to replace ageing BK117
- New operator launches in Fiji with a Bell 212
- Philippines National Police receives first of three Bell 429s
- Quantum3D Awarded Contract by AVC Defense
- First Utility H145 in US delivered to San Diego Gas & Electric