Caverton Helicopters Limited was established in September 2002 as a charter, shuttle and maintenance company. It was initially set up to bridge the gap in the onshore helicopter service sector. Since then, Caverton Helicopters has made strides into the offshore support (oil and gas) industry by providing logistics support to the major players. Caverton Helicopter operates out of a 10,000 square meter flight facility at the Murtala Muhammad International Airport in Lagos. The company also owns and operates out of several purpose-built facilities in Victoria island (The Ozumba Heliport), Port Harcourt (NAF Base), Warri and Cameroon.
The company’s focus and primary business is to render logistics and environment support services to the Nigerian Oil and Gas producers, with broader to support energy operations along the West African shelf. Part of our strength in serving the oil and gas industry is based on making suited choices in the type of aircraft that we offer. With operating bases in strategic locations.
Caverton Helicopters is a Proudly Nigerian company committed to the promotion, entrenchment and development of national content in our human, materials and equipment sourcing placements.
We are committed to working with our various partners, clients and subcontractors to achieve adherence and exceedance of minimas in the NIGERIAN OIL & GAS INDUSTRY CONTENT DEVELOPMENT ACT 2010 (The Local Content Act) policy with an added attention to running safe, secure and global class quality operations consistent with NCARs and best aviation practices.
The Local Content Act, an act which derives from the Nigeria Content Policy focuses on the promotion of value addition to the Nigerian economy through the utilization of raw materials, products and services in order to stimulate growth of indigenous capacity.
Caverton has already blazed a trail in the development of young national pilots and engineers and the sourcing of financial guarantees locally to procure equipment for our operations and will continue to strive to deepen Nigerian content diligently in the coming years.