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COVID-19 – Aerial Firefighters adjust to the pandemic

COVID-19 – Aerial Firefighters adjust to the pandemic

The US aerial firefighting industry remains mission-ready for this year’s wild land fire season, despite the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions on international travel, as the industry increasingly seeks global market opportunities. “Wildfires are going to happen, and we need to be ready to fight them,” said Dan Snyder, Chief Operating Officer of Neptune… Read more »

Source: American Helicopter Services And Aerial Firefighting Association, 27-Mar-20

GAO rejects Timberline appeal of BLM contract award

GAO rejects Timberline appeal of BLM contract award

Timberline Helicopters, Inc., of Sandpoint, Idaho, requests reconsideration of our decision, Timberline Helicopters, Inc., B-414507, June 27, 2017, 2017 CPD, denying its protest challenging the terms of request for proposals (RFP) No. D17PS00157, issued by the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), for an exclusive use heavy size helicopter to transport qualified… Read more »

Source: GAO, 08-Aug-17

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Idaho operator Timberline Helicopters moving to new base

Idaho operator Timberline Helicopters moving to new base

Timberline Helicopters have recently received approval for a conditional-use permit for helicopter pads and an airstrip. Chief Operating Officer, Travis Storro, has commented that they plan to build office buildings, painting areas and maintenance shops on the 93 acres, accumulating to a cost of $3 million. Storro guesses that it might take up to three… Read more »

Source: HeliHub.com, 26-Jun-17

30-Jun-13 N674TH Kaman K-Max Wenatchee, US-Washington

Damaged on landing.  Further details awaited

30-Jun-13

Timberline Helicopters appoints Business Development Director

Timberline Helicopters appoints Business Development Director

Timberline Helicopters is pleased to announce that Stephen Johnson has been named Director of Business Development and will help manage the expansion and growth of Timberline Helicopter’s K-Max precision lift operations. Johnson brings with him almost 20 years of helicopter aviation industry experience, most recently for 5 ½ years as Aircraft Sales Manager for Hillsboro… Read more »

Source: Timberline Helicopters, 18-Apr-12