Simrik Air, a private helicopter company has add one more chopper in it’s Fleet.
Simrik Air has purchased another brand new Airbus AS350 B3e with a call sign 9N-ANB.
The chopper is scheduled to land at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) on 27th April 2019.
With this new addition, Simrik Air will now be having total 05 helicopters in its fleet.
The arrival of new aircraft makes Simrik Air more empowered and dedicated to provide safe and quality service to its customers.
Previously, Simrik air received its newly manufactured H125 (formerly known as AS350 B3e) on October of last year.
Established in 2001, Simrik Air is a leading helicopter company in the country with the superior track record in high altitude rescue services, recreational tours, and adventure tourism.
Simrik has been providing air service in Nepal for the last 17 years in fields of rescue, mountaineering, sight-seeing, medevac, pilgrimage, cargo and sling operations across Nepal to a wide array of customers.
With additional brand H125 helicopter now in service, Simrik Air will be one of the foremost and responsible helicopter companies in Nepal to provide the best and secure service in all sectors.
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