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Air taxi / Scenic flights
Commercial air transports require a valid JAR-OPS 3 / EASA OPS Air Operator Certificate (AOC). The company will also need an Operating License (OL) if the flight is going to be other than local. The Swedish Transport Agency has online lists of valid OLs (click here and here).

Aerial works
Pure aerial works companies do not need the approvals mentioned above - they can operate with a national aerial work permit (LFS 2007:49). All valid aerial work permits are found here.
Latest helicopter for sale:
Main activites:
Power Line Inspection
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Helicopter type(s):
Hughes 269B
Sud-Aviation SA 318C Alouette Astazou
Sud-Aviation SA 342J Gazelle
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Broby Helikopter (retired)
Broby Helikopter was a small privately owned helicopter company based at Broby Säteri in Bettna, between Katrineholm and Nyköping. The company started its operations with a Hughes 269B, but soon switched to an Alouette Astazou. The Alouette was eventually replaced by a Gazelle helicopter. Broby Helikopter was focused in power line inspections.

The company was retired in late 2006.
Available photos of the retired fleet

Last update: 19 Jun, 2011
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