Helicopter Investor talks about Blueberry Aviation

Helicopter Investor talks about Blueberry Aviation

HI Uplift: Blueberry Aviation builds on last year’s $88m asset acquisition

After closing last year with a record $88m of purchased assets, Blueberry Aviation sold 12 helicopters in the first quarter of 2024 – its 21st year. Nickel and brass are commonly associated with 21st anniversaries, but the company is more focused with selling the aluminium alloys of helicopter fuselages, as it aims to build on its total combined tally of more than 550-unit transactions since its launch.

Last year the company closed helicopter deals with more than 290 customers worldwide. And it expects to significantly add to that total in helicopter markets worldwide this year.
Helicopters perform a unique range of key missions that cannot – at present – be discharged by other aircraft types, says François Gautier, founder and CEO of Blueberry Aviation. Whether it is VIP helicopter transport, emergency medical services (EMS), search and rescue (SAR), fire-fighting services or other para-public missions, helicopters play an increasingly important role.

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