Helicopters are highly adaptable and address a range of individual travelers’ needs and requirements. These aircraft are able to access remote areas and city centers with the ability to land at helipads, hotels and private properties around the world, making them the most flexible aircraft. The flexibility this aircraft offers, makes it perfect for business travel or point-to-point travel such as transfers from airports to ski resorts or entertainment venues.

A helicopter is a type of rotary aircraft in which lift and thrust are supplied by rotors. This allows the aircraft to take off and land vertically, to hover over and fly backwards and forward. These attributes allow for this type of aircraft to be used in isolated areas, where fixed-wing aircraft cannot perform.



  • Max Passengers
  • Max Payload: 20T
  • Max Speed: 300 km/h
  • Cruising speed: 250 km/h
  • Range 620km



  • Max passengers 28
  • Max payload 4000
  • Max speed 250 km/h
  • Cruising speed 230 km/h
  • Range 460 km



  • Max Passengers 28
  • Max Payload 4000
  • Max Speed 250km/h
  • Cruising speed 230 km/h
  • Range 620km

Kamov 32 helicopter

Kamov 32

  • Crew/passengers 4/16
  • Max take-off weight 11000
  • Empty weight 6000
  • Cruise Speed 230 km/h
  • Range 650 km