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Rotorcraft Asia 2019: White skies ahead in Bali

10th April 2019 - 15:00 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Singapore


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Indonesia’s Whitesky Aviation is expecting to form a partnership in Bali by the middle of the year to explore opportunities for its Helicity market offering, as the company continues to eye technological developments in the aviation sector.

The Bali partnership would be one of Whitesky Aviation’s key milestones in 2019, Denon Prawiraatmadja, CEO and founder, told Shephard.

Complementing the current operational environment around Jakarta, which sees a significant proportion of its market centred on business, Bali would provide additional opportunities in the tourism sector.

Commenting on the growth potential and future use cases of unmanned air mobility systems, Prawiraatmadja explained that safety issues ‘must come first’ with the technology in order to bring it to market.

The company’s Helicity Air Transport is tailored for individuals or groups seeking rapid transport to support their business activities.

The company currently operates Bell 429 and Airbus 130 helicopters and has ordered 30 Bell 505s.

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