High Tech Helicopters
High Tech Helicopters is a New Zealand enterprise providing decades of knowledge and expertise to support the rapidly expanding General Aviation helicopter market in China. We provide helicopters, pilot training, equipment, resources and personnel, as well as complete turnkey private and commercial helicopter operations.
With the ongoing deregulation of restricted airspace over China, the Chinese helicopter market is taking off. In 2015 there were only 583 helicopters registered at the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), by the year 2020 this number is expected to rise to 3000. A current annual growth of more than 30% in this Chinese market.
Whether you are looking to pursue the dream of flying a helicopter for pleasure, for business or as a serious career, we can provide you with a range of options to suit your individual needs.Our quality and safety systems are recognised throughout the world. High Tech Helicopters will support you to succeed within the exciting world of helicopters, and ensure your reputation is also that of high quality and safety.
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High Tech Helicopters - LATEST NEWS
First Trans-National Co-operation between Haifeng GA and High Tech Helicopters - posted on 25-01-16 by hthelis
On 17th November2015,ManagerWang and Marketing Manager Cheng,from Haifeng General Aviation Technology Co., Ltd travelled from Beijing to High Tech Helicopters Shanghai office. The purpose was to negotiate the Certification requirements by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)in New Zealand for the…
Foreign Pilots in demand! - posted on 24-08-15 by hthelis
The hot summer season is most definitely here in China and along with this is the equally hot interest in our ‘Pilot Supply’ Services. We are currently working with two very established local companies whom are seeking foreign pilots for…
Some BIG things starting to happen for the Chinese GA Market! - posted on 30-06-15 by hthelis
With the Aviation Expo season now underway in China there is renewed interest in this emerging market by some large corporations looking to capitilise on the forecast growth of this industry. The recent Airshow in Shanghai displayed a mix of…View All News