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Aircraft Art


Other large helicopter companies sport an identical paint scheme across all their aircraft to make their fleets recognizable at first sight. But each Ecocopter has a unique design. This has the same result as the monolithic strategy because Ecocopter has become known for this attention- getting approach that creates a desire to learn more about what is behind each design.


Promoting science is part of the vision of Ecocopter’s majority owner, who has a passion for the subject. Many Ecocopters display science themes to create interest and enthusiasm for scientific pursuits. Children pay special attention and that’s part of the plan: among Ecocopter’s philanthropic efforts is the nonprofit foundation Ecoscience, which brings instructional programs to schools via a mobile bus laboratory where students experience science hands on.


Ecocopter’s science-themed designs are Marine World, Charles Darwin, Entomology (insects), Blood under the Microscope, Mathematician, the Universe, Neuroscience, Paleontology, Geography, and Geology. Its helicopters also have featured artwork about Leonardo Da Vinci. All designs are airbrushed by a renowned local artist. The vertical stabilizer of the entire fleet is painted with the Ecocopter logo.


Like science, Ecocopter has advanced throughout its history. Its vision for the future is to regionalize its services in South America and reach other countries with helicopters, training and drones. The sky is the limit for its innovative goals and growth.


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Sept/Oct 2018


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