Video of Corporate Helicopters’ aerial lift of a Tandem Ultralight that had crashed into some trees. The plane was towed back to a trailer.
Even though the shuffleboard court, pool and recreation center were closed, it was a entertaining morning for the residents of a local retirement community.
Taking their seats in lawn chairs, they watched the skies patiently. Finally, a beautiful black helicopter flew into view, with an air conditioner floating at the end of a long line.
Recently, we had the pleasure of working with The San Diego River Park Foundation on a project where we flew a small crew and their equipment up to El Cajon Mountain.
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.
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.
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.
Corporate Helicopters performed an HVAC replacement via helicopter at Fashion Valley mall. HVAC swaps by helicopter are cost- and time-efficient.
Corporate Helicopters was recently hired for an HVAC lift job for a local mechanical company. Chief Pilot Gary Roesink flew an Astar helicopter for the job, replacing 1 HVAC unit and placing 9 more.
This job would have taken a standard, land-based crane more time, longer man hours and ultimately it would have cost a lot more. So the client saved time and money.
Corporate Helicopters recently assisted The Scripps Institute of Oceanography by air lifting large batteries to the Coronado Islands.
The Scripps Institute of Oceanography uses a radar to provide a spatial map of the local ocean surface currents on a real-time basis.
The Corporate Helicopters’ team delivered multiple external loads of research equipment by helicopter to the Coronado Islands in Mexico this week for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. This helicopter external load operation was lead by Chief Pilot, Gary Roesink who flew the mission making 5 trips from Border State Park to the Islands, which are 10 miles off shore.