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Author`s name Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Peru Helicopter Company Now Russian Owned

Helisur is Peru’s largest helicopter company. The Russian air carrier Utair has made the acquistion which will serve to greatly expand the helicopter activities of the company on the South American continent. The amount involved in the acquisition has not been disclosed.


Helisur was established in 1994. It has worked jointly with oil and gas companies and mining enterprises operating in South America including Repsol-YPF, Petrobras, Pluspetrol Peru Corp., Talisman, Perenco, Techint , etc.

Aviacion del SurS.A. / Helicopteros del SurS.A also owns a maintainance centre certified by MIL Moscow helicopter plant.


Mary BARNCASTLE
PRAVDA.Ru

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