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Two Executive Charter Helicopter Companies Combine to Form Sweet Helicopters


Indiana Helicopters and Helimotion, charter helicopter companies based in Goshen, Indiana, and Joliet, Illinois, respectively, have merged into one company to be called Sweet Helicopters. Sweet Helicopters provides premium-level professional and private helicopter charters as well as aerial production services, including utility and real estate surveying, aerial photography and videography, environmental studies, media coverage, law enforcement, and more.


Sweet Helicopters is part of Chuck and Lisa Surack’s Sweet Family of Companies, which also includes the nation’s largest online music instrument and technology retailer, Sweetwater Sound; Fort Wayne-based flight school, Sweet Aviation; and Sweet Cars, an independent car dealership that sells all types of performance, luxury, and fun vehicles. Chuck Surack is a successful entrepreneur, helicopter pilot, and lifelong aviation enthusiast.


“While we’ve changed the companies’ names and logos, we are and always will be committed 100 percent to providing comfortable, convenient, safe, and timely helicopter charter service,” Sweet Helicopters owner Chuck Surack said. “There will be no change in pilots or ownership, and what’s more, we are even adding two helicopters to our already industry-leading fleet, providing more flexibility and options to choose from.” Sweet Helicopters operates out of Indiana bases in Fort Wayne, Goshen, and Valparaiso, as well as the downtown Chicago Vertiport.


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