The H125 AStar is a single-engine workhorse with the best performance in its category. Built and certified in the United States, this cost-effective helicopter accommodates five to six passengers in all forward-facing seats. High performance, enhanced maneuverability and reduced pilot workload make Airbus Helicopters, Inc.’s H125 the preferred rotary-wing aircraft for a growing number of U.S. civilian users, air medical services and law enforcement agencies. The H125 offers fast cruise speeds, 30 minute take-off power, long engine TBOs (6,000 hours mature) and low DMCs.

The AgustaWestland AW139: Designed with inherent multi-role capability and flexibility of operation, the AW139 is capable of carrying up to 15 passengers at very high speed, in a most spacious and comfortable cabin. The ample baggage compartment is accessible both from the cabin and externally. The AW139 provides the best power reserve of any helicopter in the medium twin-engine class.

The AW139 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PT6C-67C turboshaft engines. Together with this and a state-of-the-art 5 bladed main rotor, the AW139 delivers a high cruise speed even in demanding conditions at all weights.

The AW139 is a new generation medium twin-engine helicopter offering unmatched performance, capacity and safety. It meets the most stringent civil and government certification standards, including the FAA and JAA FAR/JAR Part 29 requirements.

Caverton Helicopters is the first wholly indigenous civil helicopter company to acquire the AW139 Helicopter. Its helicopters are fully equipped and tailormade to handle the requirements of offshore support operationss in Nigeria.

Caverton Helicopters operates a fleet of Bell 407 GXP Helicopters for off-shore logistics services.

The Bell 407GXP helicopter integrates reliability, speed, performance and maneuverability with a cabin configurable for an array of missions and payloads. It is the only helicopter equipped with the Garmin G1000HTM avionics system, which makes it the most advanced light single-engine helicopter on the market. The glass cockpit provides the crew with basic flight information, enhances their situational awareness, operational capabilities and increases safety.

Caverton Helicopters operates a fleet of Bell 412 EP Helicopters for on-site and off-shore logistics services.

The Bell Helicopters 412 EP twin turbine helicopters is an advanced technology design with excellent reliability and dependability derived from the rich heritage of the Bell Huey series. These various helicopters are serving commercial needs of over 115 countries throughout the world. The latest version of the venerable series is the Bell 412EP.

Caverton Helicopters currently operates DHC6 Twin Otter airplanes on a dedicated passenger transfer basis.

This is high-winged, unpressurized, twin-engine turboprop aircreaft is a 20-passengers STOL utility aircraft developed by de Havilland Cananda.

The DeHavilland twin other (DHC-6) is a highly maneuverable, versatile aircraft which can be flown slowly (80-160 knots/150-300 km/hr). The aircraft fixed tricycle undercarriage, STOL abilities and relatively high rate of climb have made it a successful cargo, regional passenger airliner and MEDEVAC aircraft.

Around the world in jungles, deserts, mountains, the Arctic, and anywhere where rugged reliability and short-take-off-and-landing are required, the Twin Otter is often the first choice for dependable passengers safety and confidence.

The S-76C series has been improved to meet the needs of today’s operators and the rigors of the demanding offshore oil support mission.

It incorporates technological advances that deliver enhanced safety and reliable performance day after day, mission after missiom. The S-76C++ helicopters features modern technology enhancements, including more powerful engines, along with important safety features and improvements.