External Cargo Lifting with a helicopter
Looking for external cargo lifting solutions which are quick and cost-effective? We can provide you with a helicopter Airbus H-350B3 which is equipped with a cargo hook that can lift (depending on the altitude and temperature) up to maximum 750 kg of external cargo. These kind of aerial lifting operations are especially popular during the winter season in Greece.
We can provide a tailored service to suit your needs or you may use our external cargo lifting services to handle a variety of jobs such as the ones listed below:
- Transport of technicians and equipment to e.g. broadcast towers, transmitter masts, antennas, etc.
- Transportation of concrete (cement) to the construction sites
- No cranes necessary in mountains’ terrain for building up e.g. broadcast towers, transmitter masts, antennas
- Movement of building materials and workers to the construction sites
- Powerline control
- Express delivery service (spare parts)
- Delivering air conditioning units to hospitals and industrial buildings
Using a helicopter provides you with fast access to a site which is especially handy in case of failure or emergency. Our helicopter load lifting services are provided by a professional team and crew that hold years of experience in similar operations, so you can rest assured that the job will be done safely and to the highest safety standards.
The pricing for using external cargo lifting services is very cost-effective and this type of service has seen a substantial increase in demand from construction companies and contractors operating in windmill parks.
Helicopter lifting operations can indeed be advantageous, especially in areas with challenging terrain or where time is of the essence.
Transport of technicians and equipment to broadcast towers, transmitter masts, antennas, etc.: Helicopters can provide efficient access to elevated structures, facilitating the transportation of personnel and necessary equipment.
Transportation of concrete (cement) to construction sites: Helicopters can transport concrete to remote or hard-to-reach construction sites where traditional methods like cranes may not be feasible.
Building in mountainous terrain: Helicopters offer an alternative solution to using cranes in rugged landscapes, allowing for the construction of structures like broadcast towers and transmitter masts.
Movement of building materials and workers to construction sites: Helicopters can swiftly transport construction materials and workers to construction sites, saving time and overcoming logistical challenges.
Powerline control: Helicopters can be used for monitoring and maintaining powerlines, including inspections, repairs, and installation of equipment.
Express delivery service (spare parts): Helicopter delivery services provide fast and efficient transport of urgent spare parts, ensuring minimal downtime in critical situations.
Delivery of air conditioning units to hospitals and industrial buildings: Helicopters can transport heavy or large air conditioning units to locations where traditional transportation methods may be impractical or time-consuming.
It’s great to hear that your services are backed by a professional team and crew with extensive experience in similar operations. Safety is paramount in any aerial lifting operation, and having a skilled team ensures that the job is executed to the highest safety standards.
Given the cost-effectiveness and the increasing demand for external cargo lifting services, particularly in windmill parks and by construction companies and contractors, it seems like your services can provide valuable solutions in these industries.
External Cargo Lifting Projects
Agion Oros – Mount Athos Operation
In September 2012 Air Business International executed a two-day external cargo lifting project which involved the successful movement of 60 pipes with a helicopter from Arsanas to the Monastery of Saint Gregory.
Hydra Monastery Operation
A successful external cargo operation was executed in the area of the island of Hydra which involved the transfer of 44 packs of marble and a church bell weighting 450 kg. The cargo was transferred from Palamidas area (coordinates 37° 19’ 52,44’’ North and 23° 25’ 44,10’’ East) to Profitis Elias church, on the island of Hydra.