Corporate Helicopters provided medical transport for injured riders as well as aerial photography of the 2005 Rosarito Ensenada bike race. Here are some of those photos.
Here’s some great shots of one of our helicopters performing HVAC long line operations at Las Americas Premium Outlets in San Diego back in February 2019.
Corporate Helicopters’ long line operations for HVAC units benefit any organization looking to install or remove HVAC units from rooftops, since our “aerial cranes” can do this job at a fraction of the cost of a standard crane.
Dogs have an important spot in Corporate Helicopters’ history.
Let’s paws and take a look back at some of our favorite friends, both current and past.
Corporate Helicopters is ready to hire!
We are now looking for an A&P Mechanic with current helicopter experience.
Last April while working on Blue Planet Live for the BBC, Corporate Helicopters pilots Ivor Shier and Larry Welk entertained the crew during dinner.
On Sunday, January 17th, Corporate Helicopters provided helicopter support for the 2016 Todos Santos Challenge, a surf competition held in 30-40 foot waves.
Todos Santos is a small island 9 miles off the coast of Ensenada, known for a big wave break called “Killers”.
Recently Corporate Helicopters was selected to fly some demo flights for the new Shotover B1 camera, mounted on one of our R44s.
Ivor demonstrated the compact design and light weight by doing a few curls.
Often, professional photographers and real estate companies hire us for flights so they can do some aerial photography. Here’s how that works.
Corporate Helicopters can remove your HVAC units in record time!
Last week, we removed 18 units from the roof of a school in Indio, CA in preparation for the new school year.
Here’s a cool video from 2017.
Our chief pilot Gary Roesink flew 2 stuntmen from Skydiving Innovations in our AS350 B2 Astar.
The stuntmen rappelled out of the helicopter as part of a hotel event.
Here’s a photo from 2009, with Ivor Shier (center) on the set of Terminator Salvation.
Why does Ivor look so different?
He was a stunt double for Christian Bale’s character, John Connor.
For a special birthday celebration, we flew two couples on a full day Taste of Baja to Guadalupe Valley, landing at the helipad at incredible Adobe Guadalupe.
Today’s Throwback post: When we flew some of the guys from Z90.3 FM as part of their Epic 48 contest.
Our long time web developer and Internet marketing expert recently stopped by, and he brought along his new marketing consultant, Blade Brown.
Blade had never experienced a helicopter before.
Last week we flew members of the San Diego County Water Authority on a custom group helicopter tour that utilized two helicopters. The tour helped staff members and personnel with the California Water Board survey lakes, rivers, estuaries, dams and pump stations in San Diego County.
The helicopters landed at various locations, including the Carlsbad Desalination Plant, so passengers could tour the facility.
Don’t miss the Valle Food & Wine Fest, October 5, 2019 in Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada. The easiest & fastest way to get there is by helicopter from San Diego. We will have private helicopters available, but they will sell out – so make your reservations ASAP.
With San Diego Comic-Con happening this weekend, we wanted to flashback to one of our favorite Comic Con memories.
In 2010, we got to fly William Shatner to land on the USS Midway as part of an event held by MyOuterSpace.
Why do 300 5-star helicopter tour reviews mention Captain Terry Frost?
He is a native San Diegan and knows the best-kept secrets of San Diego from the air.
Corporate Helicopters has an immediate opening for a helicopter pilot to fly powerline surveys.
This job requires a pilot with excellent skills and over 1700 Hours TT.
Southern California Edison has contracted with Corporate Helicopters to fly and inspect powerline distribution poles as part of a program that aims to reduce wildfire risk in the San Bernardino County and Riverside County areas.
Here’s a bit of a flashback to December 15, 2018, when we got to fly a special charter to help Irish Santa deliver Christmas presents to Bayside Elementary School.
We also got to do this in 2017.
Corporate Helicopters’ Chief Pilot Gary Roesink recently flew to picturesque Yuma, Arizona and onto the Southwest Tactical Training Range.
Providing crew transport, Roesink landed at 14 remote locations so our clients could perform maintenance on their antenna sites.
Here’s a flashback to October 2018 when we dropped a ton of golf balls from one of our helicopters at The Country Club of Rancho Bernardo.
If you happened to be at Harrah’s Resort Southern California on Wednesday, June 19th, you may have seen the Corporate Helicopters’ utility team performing an aerial lift job for 2 HVAC units.
Corporate Helicopters’ Flight Coordinator Calvin Bois captured the event in this photo essay.
Following on the heels of our previous post about providing aerial support for the 2019 Baja 500, here’s a photo throwback to the 2010 Baja 1000.
In the photo, that’s Ivor Shier’s AStar N547SA filming an off-road racer in Laguna Salada.
A couple weeks ago, we provided aerial race support for the Score International Off-Road Racing Baja 500.
The video above is of one of our helicopters departing the fuel stop.
Corporate Helicopters regularly provides aerial race support for the SCORE International Off-Road Racing series in Baja, including chase helicopters, aerial filming and medical evacuation.
In this photo from 2014, Corporate Helicopters pilots Ivor Shier, Garner Shepard, Peter Clark and Gary Roesink (not pictured) are standing by, ready to fly four helicopters on a scenic group charter flight from Carlsbad to Los Angeles.
Corporate Helicopters performed an HVAC replacement via helicopter at Fashion Valley mall. HVAC swaps by helicopter are cost- and time-efficient.
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 16. If you want to give your dad an incredible gift and win Father’s Day forever, we have you covered.
What if you could give your dad the experience of being a helicopter pilot – where he actually got the experience of flying a helicopter in San Diego?
Shepard has now been doing lidar surveying for nine years. “The biggest change [over that time] is the size of the equipment,” he said. “The older systems were big. Now they can fit on smaller air-craft and even drones. They also put out real time data now so operators can see coverage as they are surveying.”