A Bighorn Helicopters Astar aircraft on location providing fire protection support; one of many types of flying Bighorn provides.
Bighorn Helicopters provides helicopter support in Western Canada.
Bighorn Helicopters has 25+ years aviation industry experience.
Bighorn Helicopters employ pilots, engineers and management.
Bighorn Helicopters—mountain flying, rescue and remote area flying.
Bighorn Helicopters Inc
Bighorn Helicopters offers support, emergency response and medivac services—trust the high-altitude specialists
Bighorn Helicopters began with light category aircraft at the main Cranbrook, British Columbia, location and Blairmore, Alberta, satellite base.
With dedication, hard work and a professional approach, Bighorn Helicopters achieved tremendous growth as it added bases in Fernie and Invermere, British Columbia, and Springbank Airport, Alberta.
Bighorn Helicopters focuses on high-performance turbine helicopter operations, specializing in aerial wildlife management, surveys, capture and control.
An extensive array of helicopter support is provided by Bighorn Helicopters in Western Canada.
The Bighorn Helicopters' fleet has expanded with the addition of a twin-engine BK117 helicopter equipped with a convertible interior (passenger seating or medical capacity), enhancing the company’s ability to offer utility industry support, emergency response and medivac service.
Aerial support includes:
Mining and exploration
Privately owned and operated charter helicopter flight centre
Over 29 years of aviation industry experience—qualified operator
Friendly, qualified, capable and experienced personnel
Professional team of pilots, engineers, management and support staff
Seven light and intermediate category utility, executive-comfort helicopters
One twin-engine heavy intermediate helicopter equipped with a convertible interior
Diverse charter operation as per the “charter services” and “wildlife management” links
Specializing in mountain flying, rescue and remote area flying
Specializing in aerial wildlife management—surveys and capture