UTair Europe is a Slovakia-based business, specialising in the use of helicopters for aerial work such as the erection of cableways & ropeways, concrete transportation, personnel transportation, construction of telecommunication infrastructure & power lines and firefighting activities.
In addition to it’s two Mi-8T aircraft, UTair EU is the only company in Europe operating the Mi-171 for aerial work, a helicopter which boasts a maximum load capacity of up to 4,000kg, carried either in the cargo compartment or on a sling.
Flight training is also available in the R-44 with a range of courses on offer for both the private and commercial pilot, including Type Training and PPL(H) or CPL(H).
UTair Europe’s main operating base is Piestany International airport, but they offer transpiration & construction services across Europe including Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovenia, Montenegro, Romania, Bulgaria, and Turkey.
Find out how companies like UTair Europe can help meet your needs by attending the European Helicopter Show 2013 this May: www.eurohelishow.com
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