AW139 re-enters service with Everett
Everett Aviation has re-introduced its AW139 helicopter to its fleet, the company announced on 30 January.
The company previously operated the AW139 for crew transport and search and rescue for international oil companies.
Everett’s AW139 has now re-entered service, operating for Statoil from Everett’s private oil and gas terminal at Dar es Salaam international airport.
Simon Everett, CEO, Everett Aviation, said: ‘Ensuring that we have this popular oil and gas type available is of paramount importance to us and so we have taken the proactive step of mobilising this AW139 to ensure that we remain the first choice for [International Association of Oil and Gas Producers] compliant operations in the region.’
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