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Heligo increases transfer services with two AW139s
Heligo will use the additional leased aircraft in Mumbai to provide crew transfer services for a large Indian energy company. It provides both onshore and offshore service.
The AW139s were delivered to Heligo's base at Juhu Airport in Mumbai.

Heligo Charters in India has taken two Leonardo AW139 helicopters on long-term operating leases from leasing company LCI.

The helicopters were delivered to Heligo's base at Juhu Airport in Mumbai, where they will provide crew transfer services for Indian energy company, ONGC.

Captain Padmanabhan, CEO at Heligo, says: “LCI's expert team went above and beyond to meet our requirements swiftly and effectively, providing invaluable technical assistance. We're looking forward to a productive, long-term partnership.”

Nigel Leishman, executive vice president and global head of marketing at LCI, adds: “India and the wider Asia Pacific region is a diverse and fast-growing market for helicopter leasing, which today accounts for around a third of our global aircraft placements.”

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