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Latest helicopter for sale:
Established:
2002
Derived from:
Retired:
2004
Originated to:
Main activites:
Air Taxi
External Load
Power Line Inspection
Main location(s):
Idre
Järpen
Helicopter type(s):
Eurocopter EC 120B Colibri
Sud-Aviation SA 3160 Alouette III
Previous type(s):
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Website:
www.jamtlandsaero.se
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Jämtlands Aero (2) (retired)
Jämtlands Aero (2) was established in 2002. The company had nothing to do with the original company Jämtlands Aero (1), which was established back in 1954, they just shared the same name.

Jämtlands Aero (2) had its main hangar in Järpen, near Åre Ski Resort, in Jämtland’s County. It had a second base in Idre and field bases in Gäddede and Rörvattnet. It was involved in various operations throughout the mountain world, including power line inspections, air taxi and heli ski.

The company entered partnership with Osterman Helicopter in February 2004, which made Osterman responsible for Jämtlands Aero’s operational and technical management. Jämtlands Aero remained as a vending company for a period of time, but the helicopters were transferred to Osterman Helicopter.
Available photos of the retired fleet
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Last update: 31 Oct, 2011
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