We are pleased to announce, that our Bell 412EP D-HAFV has recently been re-contracted for another 2-year period in Maiduguri/Nigeria – this despite the difficult times and restrictions we are faced with.
“This achievement optimises the saying ‘when the going gets tough the tough get going’ and I am proud to say that all staff members and crew in Maiduguri have lived up to this motto” , says Dominik Goldfuss, GHS CEO.
Congratulations to our entire team – we are proud of all of you and your effort which has made this happen and want to thank everyone who supports us and our mission!
GHS is honored to continue serving the humanitarian aid industry with our aviation support services.
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