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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).

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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.
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Turistflyg i Arjeplog (retired)
Turistflyg i Arjeplog AB (“Air Tourism in Arjeplog”) was established by David Sundström, Per Dahlberg and Per-Axel Andersson in the late-60s. It started its business by using fixed-wing seaplanes to transport fishermen and Laplanders into the deep mountain world. The company founded a fishing camp called Miekak, which rapidly grew and became a very popular resort.

The company was incorporated in the joint venture Heli AB in 1986, together with Fjällflyg i Kiruna and Scandinavian Heliservice. The new united company was soon transferred into Heliflyg – which was formed through the purchase of Sterner Aero. Heliflyg became the first widespread company fusion in the Swedish helicopter business.

The Arjeplog division changed name to Heliflyg i Arjeplog AB. The activity was made independent in 1992, as Mr Rolf Sundberg took over after several years as a pilot in the company. The new company took the name Heli i Arjeplog AB, and the fishing camp Miekak is still active!
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Last update: 7 Mar, 2012
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