SACAA AMO 1338 – Hangar O (Grand Central Airport)
Safomar Aviation Maintenance specialises in rotorcraft maintenance for the Airbus / Eurocopter range of aircraft and all Enstrom helicopter models. (SAM – is the No1 factory approved Enstrom helicopter maintenance facility in the country). All AME’s are factory training and have years of experience in all helicopter types. Safomar Aviation Maintenance can conduct pre-purchase inspections and arrange aircraft shipping to and from South Africa.
Ultimate HELI is world class provider of helicopter services, supplying the safest and most efficient helicopter charters, helicopter maintenance, advanced helicopter training, utility helicopters as well is helicopter support worldwide.
Based at the first privately owned heliport the country has ever seen, Ultimate HELI boasts Ultimate Heliport that provides 3100 square metres of hangar space, 2800 square metres of office space, executive boardrooms, lounges and a restaurant; which allows guests, travellers and crew access to a VIP experience.
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