Copterline

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Copterline operates emergency and medical service helicopters in three bases, in Varkaus, Vaasa and Oulu.


Copterline uses four Eurocopter 135 helicopters for the operation.

Support Associations

Oulu

Sepe Support works for developing the medical and rescue helicopter operations. The functions of Sepe are first aid medical services, medical consultations and different search, rescue and fire fighting operations.

Vaasa

The primary function of Pete is to bring the first aid medical service fast to the patients in an emergency. Pete's functions are also fire fighting, search and rescue operations and for example oil response operations.

Varkaus

East Finland's medical and rescue helicopter Ilmari is in stand by for immediate operation 24 hours a day. Its base is the Varkaus airport. Ilmari takes off after the emergency call and is free for the patient. The functions of Ilmari are first aid medical service, search, rescue and fire fighting operations in central and eastern Finland.

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Location

Copterline Oy
Helsinki-Malmi airport
00700 Helsinki, Finland
Finland

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Telephone: 
09 350 5210
Fax: 
09 374 3377

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