CHC Helicopters
About Us
CHC Helicopter Corporation is the world's largest provider of helicopter services to the global offshore oil and gas industry, with aircraft operating in more than 30 countries around the world. CHC trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbols FLY.A and FLY.B; and on New York Stock Exchange under the symbol FLI. Market capitalization for the Company is approximately CDN$1 billion.

In 2007 CHC created a Fact Book which provides an informative overview of the company operations, vision, bases, fleet data, divisions and more. It's a great way to learn more about CHC.

Click here to view the CHC 2007 Fact Book.

Some quick facts about CHC Helicopter Corporation
CHC oversees its three operating divisions (CHC Global Operations, CHC European Operations and Heli-One) from its global headquarters in Vancouver, Canada
CHC Global operations is based in Vancouver, Canada; CHC European Operations is based in Aberdeen, Scotland; and Heli-One is based in Delta, Canada
Approximately 69 per cent of CHC's total revenue involves providing helicopter support to the oil and gas industry, primarily providing service to offshore platforms operated by the world's major oil and gas companies; customers include: BP, TotalFinaElf, Statoil, MobilExxon, Unocal, Chevron, Norsk Hydro and others.
CHC is a world leader in search and rescue (SAR), helicopter training, and repair and overhaul (R&O), operating the world's only facility for the repair and overhaul of Super Pumas Ò the No. 1 aircraft for the offshore industry Ò in Stavanger, Norway.
Heli-One is the world's largest independent helicopter support company, owning, managing and supporting the entire CHC fleet, plus aircraft operated by third-party customers.
CHC is the leading helicopter service provider in the North Sea Ò the world's largest offshore market Ò where the helicopter fleet is fully utilized. CHC operates 17 bases in the UK, Ireland, Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands.
International bases of operation include Australia, Brazil, Thailand, the Philippines, the Middle East, South Africa, Ecuador, Angola, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Eastern Canada and many others.
CHC operates approximately 250 aircraft in 35 countries.
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