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ServiceNow Founder Fred Luddy Takes Delivery of First Airbus H145 for SoCal Air Services


Airbus Helicopters recently delivered a twin-engine H145 rotorcraft to a new customer, SoCal Air Services, a venture recently launched by Fred Luddy, founder of ServiceNow (NYSE - NOW), a cloud computing company that Forbes declared “The World’s Most Innovative Company of 2018” (May 2018 issue).


“We are extremely excited to begin flying our new H145. We were immediately drawn to this striking helicopter when we saw it at the Heli Expo trade show in Las Vegas earlier this year,” said Mr. Luddy. “What really impressed us with the H145 was its large cabin capacity, high performance, safety features, stylish design, and configuration versatility, all of which make it an invaluable asset as we build our new business and expand others.”


The H145 was delivered out of Airbus Helicopters’ industrial facilities in Columbus, Mississippi, and will serve as the lead rotorcraft for SoCal Air Services out of Carlsbad, California. The company will operate the helicopter for charter flights, movie work, real estate operations and to support Luddy’s other business interests, including the World TeamTennis League, a sports property he owns with Billie Jean King.


“Airbus Helicopters is proud to welcome Fred and the entire SoCal Air Services team to the Airbus family, and we know that the H145 is going to be a perfect addition to their fixed-wing fleet operations,” said Airbus Helicopters Inc. Chief Operating Officer Romain Trapp. “Providing a superior customer service is our main objective, and we sincerely look forward to supporting SoCal Air Services in the future.”


Want more news? Visit RotorcraftPro.com or subscribe to our Heli-Industry Week in Review e-newsletter 28 Jan/Feb 2019


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