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MULTI-FACETED OPERATIONS


Today, there are two business divisions: Aerotour is the commercial helicopter operator, while AENSA is the flight trainer.


Over the last 20 years, Costa Rica has transitioned from being predominantly an agricultural country to one of tourism. With spectacular volcanoes, beaches, waterfalls, mountains, and jungles, Costa Rica’s ecotourism has attracted people from all over the globe. Centrally located at the Tobias Bolaños Internacional Airport in the San Jose Valley, Aerotour can easily accommodate trips to virtually every attraction the country has to offer.


Tourism makes up the majority of Aerotour’s commercial helicopter operations. “There’s absolutely no better way to visit one of Costa Rica’s many active volcanoes than by helicopter,” says Laurencich. There are also many customizable, eco-tour experiences available. Take for example, the multi-day ‘glamping’ experience in which Aerotour will fly your party to the private island of Jesusita for a unique, five-star camping experience. At Isla Chiquita, pampered glamping guests sleep in air-conditioned, walled tents, complete with a private beach, spa services, a tiki bar, and many other amenities and recreational activities.


Due to the consistent growth in the country’s tourism, the infrastructure has been expanded to accommodate the increase in an ever demanding tourist population. This, along with other factors, opened new opportunities to put helicopters to work outside the realm of flight training and tour flights, which include charter, construction, LIDAR, search and rescue, and medevac flights.


50 Jan/Feb 2019


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