Airborne geological surveying company Geotech Aviation Ltd. will start operating out of the Greater Sudbury Airport this spring, servicing the mining, oil and gas, and environmental sectors.
The company has aquired its first AW119Ke model helicopter from AugustaWestland, which was built in Philadelphia and will be delivered in June.
The eight-seat, single-engine helicopter was developed to enhance safety and provide high productivity and performance at a competitive price, according to a news release.
“We selected the AW119Ke because it offers excellent value and improved performance,” said Geotech's David Lauzon in the release. “With this new platform, we will have expanded capability and will better serve our customers.”
The eight-seat, single-engine helicopter was developed to enahnce safety and provide high productivity and performance at a competitive price, according to the release.
Geotech Aviation Ltd. is the sister company of Geotech Ltd., which offers full-service rotary and fixed wing contract airborne geophysical surveyes, data processing and data interpretation.