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New helicopter tours take off in Port Stephens

New helicopter tours take off in Port Stephens

Skyline Port Stephens, formerly known as Newcastle Helicopters, has become part of the Skyline Aviation Group, and to mark the new-look has launched new tours and is offering a special ten per cent discount off all helicopter scenic tours booked before October 6, 2014. See Full Story

Source: Travel Daily News, 26-Sep-14

Second major Hawkes Bay sponsor expresses concern

Second major Hawkes Bay sponsor expresses concern

A second major sponsor of the¬†Hawke’s Bay¬†rescue helicopter trust has expressed concerns over the trust’s structure and says it will pull sponsorship unless changes are made – see full story

Source: HawkesBay.co.nz, 02-Aug-13

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Hawke’s Bay Rescue Helicopter Trust – new chairman acts to sort issues

Hawke’s Bay Rescue Helicopter Trust – new chairman acts to sort issues

In the wake of the resignation of Alison McEwan as Chairman of the Trustees, new appointee Andy Train has reportedly made it his priority to sort out the issues that his predecessor. These included – according to NewsTalkZB – the lack of transparency in the board selection process, and unnecessarily high rates for a lower-equipped… Read more »

Source: HeliHub.com, 01-Aug-13

Profile: Skyline Aviation of Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand

Profile: Skyline Aviation of Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand

The company moved to its current purpose-built facility in 2009 and now has a fleet of three fixed-wing aircraft and four helicopters.

Source: Hawkes Bay Today, 09-Nov-10

Hawkes Bay based Skyline Aviation wins top safety award

Hawkes Bay based Skyline Aviation wins top safety award

Skyline Aviation managing director Mike Toogood was presented with the highest Civil Aviation Award for Safety by the Director of Civil Aviation

Source: Voxy, 30-Jul-10

Purpose-built air ambulance hangar opens at Hawke’s Bay airport

The joint initiative involves the district health board, Skyline Aviation and the Hawke’s Bay Air Ambulance Charitable Trust, which says the facility is world class.

Source: Radio NZ, 11-Oct-09