provides custom, executive helicopter charter and private jet services to a range of clientele, including heads of state, celebrities, corporate leaders, and private individuals.
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the company is dedicated to providing customers with the optimal travel experience by customizing all details, from arranging customs clearance and ground transportation to ensuring customers’ favorite foods and beverages are on board to offering many additional touches.
London Air Services’s commitment to its clients’ safety, security, and confidentiality underlies every facet of the company, which proudly goes beyond standard Transport Canada and FAA requirements by meeting International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations and standards, as well. As a result, the company’s safety record and commitment to safety are second to none.
To ensure aircraft consistency and availability beyond industry standards, the company proudly maintains and hangars its premium fleet of AgustaWestland AW139 helicopters in an extensive corporate facility at the London Air Centre at Vancouver International Airport (CYVR). Each aircraft has been handpicked for exceptional avionics engineering and state-of-the-art safety features.
The AW139s, constructed to the highest safety standards, feature a CAT-A twin-engine system that provides uninterrupted power from the second engine in the event the first engine malfunctions. With known-ice technology, the AW139 is capable of flying in virtually any weather condition, including snow, ice, or sleet.
The AW139’s 100-foot landing radius allows London Air to pinpoint its customers’ destinations and take travelers to the most remote corners of North America. Each helicopter offers three seating configurations and provides one of the quietest rides in its class.
The company’s expectations of its personnel are as high as those of its fleet. London Air pilots are held to the highest standards, and the company’s full-time, factory-trained maintenance engineers have more than 70 years of combined experience. Because well-maintained aircraft are key to safe, efficient air travel, the maintenance engineers receive additional training at manufacturers’ facilities every two years to keep their skills current.
London Air also supports and utilizes a safety management system (SMS) to keep its standards as high as possible.