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HELITRANS is located in Andorra and has a modern fleet of helicopters to provide service to both individuals and companies of all kinds. Since the company was first set up in Austria ten years ago and was subsequently moved to Andorra, they have expanded the range of services they provide to fit the needs of their clients. They currently have headquarters in Arinsal (Andorra).

They observe the strictest environmental-protection legislation, avoid polluting and flying over populated areas as much as possible, and restrict unnecessary take-offs and landings in order to reduce noise pollution. Their fleet of helicopters undergoes strict quality-control inspections by their technical team.

They work with a solid team of professionals, including their pilots, who have between 2000 and 6000 hours of flight time, and their specialist technicians and managers.

Their flexibility and international scope have led to sustained growth of the company, where the focus is always on professionalism. They offer a quality service to their clients in Andorra, and the world over.


Helitrans Arinsal

+ 376 807 566

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