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Our motto: Stagnation means regression.
We are constantly evolving, moving with the times, questioning our actions and optimizing our processes.
For years, we have been breaking new ground to offer you the best service. Contemporary and innovative, that's how we describe ourselves.
Our team distinguishes itself as such, and we are extremely proud that we have succeeded in attracting very good employees with many qualifications.
These employees are Heli Transair.
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I have so many, it's hard to name one here.
Since I am very interested in Formula 1, I found the flight with Niki Lauda exciting. His look behind the scenes of the F1 was something special for me.
a customer had planned a weekend in Paris. Shortly after landing on the heliport of Paris, there was a spontaneous change of plan. That gave us just enough time at Mc Donald’s to eat a hamburger. After that, we went directly back to Egelsbach. That's how I got my most expensive burger ever.
The enthusiasm of those with whom and for whom I may and can fly.
My golf game.
Double espresso without milk and sugar.
Who's going to tell me?
The flying, the conversations with my colleagues and the constant search for something to eat.
My aquarium, cycling and inline skating.
A big, very strong coffee...
A passenger flight with the A109S from Egelsbach to Croatia with the best weather and an unforgettable view over the Adriatic Sea.
Praise from my students and passengers.
I have the rare luck that my profession is also my hobby.
PriosaSHAPE DAY and a black coffee.
Do I have one?!
My most suspenseful "Wetten, dass...?" 2008.
My most exciting: the birth of my children.
My funniest: As I am a very positive and funny person, I can generally laugh a lot and often and therefore I can't commit myself to a special experience.
On a night flight from Cologne to Heidelberg, which was planned as a visual flight, the clouds became increasingly dense at the height of the Binger Loch. I reported to the air traffic controller "Not always able to keep the ground contact", but initially got no answer - probably due to the low altitude. Then came the relieving radio message. We immediately climbed to the minimum safety altitude and ended the flight, safely guided by the radar controller. This flight showed once again how important controllers are.
There is nothing better than when a rescue helicopter lands and the pilot was once your student.
A flight in winter to one of the most demanding landing sites in the Austrian Alps. It was one of the most beautiful flying days I ever had: not a cloud in the sky and all around the snow-covered Alps. Only the curvature of the earth limited the visibility. Because of such experiences I became a helicopter pilot.
I don't need one - I always look forward to my job.
Sports (going running with our shepherd dog Marlee, skiing and hiking), watching movies and spending time with my wife.
A double espresso with milk.
The new guy.
If I want to answer that spontaneously...
This one outstanding experience, that doesn't exist, or in other words - there are so many of them that I don't even know where to start or where to stop.
Flying is and remains an exciting and fascinating thing for me even after 30 years, or rather - a passion.
In addition, it is one of the privileges of my profession that the daily flying routine always comes up with interesting and funny challenges and so it never gets boring after all these years.
Well, many a day in flying starts much too early, with a look at the clock you ask yourself - damn, what am I doing here so early.
You come into the company, are reassured that you also look into other, equally sleepy faces, and first steer at the coffee machine (something else is unthinkable).
However, at the latest when you open the door to the hangar, you are wide-awake. This unmistakable smell of helicopters, jet fuel and the sight of the sparkling machines makes you enjoy your day, and from then on you only want one thing - to press a button, turn it on, pull the lever and go up in the air.
As much fun flying is, on the other hand, the balance to my job is just as important to me. If you are always 100% involved in your job with fun and enthusiasm, then you have to be able to switch off and let go.
It works very well for me when I can go jogging in the forest and let, my thoughts wander.
In addition, the time with my family and friends is very important to me, because here I fill up with new strength.
There is nothing wrong with a good steak on the grill, and not only in summer.
This question is unnecessary, and I refer to question 2 above.
Coffee first - that's obligatory.
Is, I believe, like hardly anything else, an international standard in aviation.
The experienced pilot (and of course the pilot's wife) learns very quickly, however, because coffee consumption is timed so that the availability of toilets (with time reserve) is a good match. Who doesn't know it - the tank is full, but it still takes much too long before landing?!
Spontaneously I would say - Captain Krischan.
That's just the nickname, though, that I hear when I'm around the house.
There is certainly another, unofficial one, but of course, it only comes into play with a wink in my eye if I don't notice it.
In addition, it's probably even better than Captain Krischan is.
My very first flight hour- the euphoria, excitement and the thrill were unsurpassed :-)
The Team and the aviation, of course.
My friends and the voluntary fire brigade.
No coffee - I prefer a cold water.
Overall, flying is exciting, thrilling and fascinating at the same time. It is difficult to commit oneself.
Working in a great team spurs me on every day. And of course coffee.
I use the time outside of work to meet friends - preferably with good food and a good wine.
Coffee. Black. How the machine made it.
I have to work that one out. Until then, just Joschka.
After my first flights I thought I would never be able to maintain altitude during the flight. So I was very enthusiastic when I could.
My pick-me-ups are the discussions with many great colleagues.
I like to play soccer, meet with friends and go swimming.
Latte Macchiato with cocoa powder
A sightseeing flight in Africa over Victoria Falls with a jetranger that fascinated me so much that I started my training as a professional pilot.
Coffee and the basic rule of colleagues: It's Louischen's fault.
Watching "Grey´s Anatomy" and play the piano.
A cappuccino with 1 ½ sweetener.
Louischen, Louisa La
One of my first flights after the PPL training led me to my family in 2016, who did not know until then that I secretly made a license for helicopters. The surprise was accordingly big and the flight accordingly beautiful. In addition, the first solo flights and first outlandings will probably remain in my memory forever.
The colleagues and some great flights manage to cheer me up very well.
I go jogging a lot, ride my racing bike, play golf and love spending time in the mountains.
Coffee with milk and lots of sugar-free cola.
I was on a commercial passenger flight to St. Johann in Tyrol and as it turned out, the third passenger sitting directly behind me was a Doberman. The other passengers, a young couple, warned me during takeoff that their dog was used to flying in larger helicopters. Because of that I was told to take special care of flying calmly. However, I’ve had a fear of dogs since childhood.
Wearing a short-sleeved shirt, I felt the animal’s rhythmic breathing on my elbow. Its wet, cold nose touched me in regular intervals. The flight felt like an eternity. Meanwhile I imagined various scenarios: What if there were turbulences over the alps, and the Doberman were to bite me? After all, I needed the arm for controlling the helicopter. Once we arrived, opening the rear door just felt amazing!
Sharing the joy of flying. It’s lovely to see my happiness and excitement mirrored by the passengers.
Biking, hiking, skiing
a regular cappuccino along with two sugars.
We’ll see about that.
In aviation it is always exciting, thrilling and funny. So it is hard to pick out a single experience. During the sightseeing flights I meet so many different personalities. But it is and remains a highlight when sightseeing passengers use our flights to make a declaration of love or a marriage proposal.
Laughing together and coffee.
Zumba, fencing, running, reading, mountain bike, lounging, making music
Coffee with milk
This was probably my first and only flight in a simulator where I was allowed to sit at the wheel myself. I was really clumsy and everything was wobbling and swaying before my eyes. Just before it looked like I was going to come down involuntarily, I let out a scream. It was only then that I noticed the flight students who had been watching me laughing until then and who were now snorting loudly. One of them turned away with the words "I'm going to be sick!" and I couldn't stop laughing about this unique way of getting to know everyone.
The happiness when the customers get out of a helicopter always brings a smile to my face. It is fun to see people so lucky.
My compensation, besides my studies, is music.
A classic milk coffee with a piece of sugar.
You probably have to ask the others in the team. :-)
An encounter in the air with a Black Hawk on a solo cross-country flight during my PPL(H) training. It was slightly bigger than my little R22...
I drink cappuccino first... of course!
In October 2017 we were called to a maintenance field operation on a wind farm platform in the North Sea - an Agusta A169 had a technical problem there. Therefore, in stormy conditions we set off with an Agusta A139 to this platform. Due to the occupied landing site, the crew had to rope me down to the defective helicopter with the help of a winch in rather windy conditions. A breathtaking experience that I will not forget so soon!
All helicopters ready to see in the air.
Travel to the South of France for 2 weeks to support the manufacturer in repairing a helicopter according to German regulations, as the manufacturer did not yet have a Part 145 certificate at the time. A wonderful experience in the best Mediterranean weather.
Listen to good music a little louder, chill for a few minutes in our lounge in bright sunshine in summer, and watch the air traffic.
Riding a motorbike, diving and sometimes to consider the world from a different point of view (head over when aerobatics with my glider).
a cappuccino with 2 sugars.
A transfer flight of a BO-105 P from Todendorf to Fritzlar.
In such an exciting and thrilling industry I don't need a pick-me-up in the morning.
My dog Rudi.
Black tea with milk
First and so far only helicopter flight in New York through the canyons of houses: I thought it was the last sight I'd see - the pilot had his fun and I had my "experience".
My family and my dogs (dog sport)
Cappuccino with 3(!) sweetener and an extra portion of milk.
Don't have one yet
Since I grew up with flying, I have had some great flying experiences - especially gliding. Nevertheless, I have to admit that the first start with a helicopter brought a very broad and long lasting grin to my face. It's just something completely different from flying flat planes.
Just talk a little nonsense with the others.
I'm passionate about triathlon, so my free time is actually always determined by training. On the weekends I still try to keep some time free to be active in my flying club.
A chocolate cappuccino with double espresso.
My biggest dream is to become a helicopter pilot myself one day. Heli Transair has brought me closer to this dream by giving me the chance to fly a helicopter myself during a trial course.
Coffee and the chance for helicopter flights.
My friends, my partner and sports.
"Yvonnchen" because there is always confusion with a former employee.
The photo flight for the presentation of the castles & palace tour through the Odenwald without door.
The funny, pointless and sometimes even stupid conversations with colleagues and students who walk by arise :-)
Friends and Family.
Milk coffee with 2 sweeteners.
None that I know of :-)
With the aerotaxi, an ancient tupolev, from Havana to Santiago de Cuba during tropical storms.
a coffee, of course.
Competence in the cockpit is not enough for us
Good service at Heli Transair requires expert and transparent commercial handling. Accounting, bookkeeping and controlling are the responsibility of our highly qualified team in-house. We work closely together with flight operations and the shipyard as well as with our customers and suppliers.
Professionalism and transparency in all commercial matters: that is our goal.
This includes regular further training. As competent contact partners, we always have an open ear for our customers.
We not only ensure the proper commercial processes, but also document accounts in such a way that no questions remain unanswered.
As a student pilot or charter customer, you are always well informed about the status of your training and your flight times. In addition, after the repair or maintenance of your helicopter you have installed spare parts and exact work steps in black and white.
This not only pleases your tax office, but also benefits you: You are on the safe side and always have an overview.
My very first flight in 1997 in the D-HEXE, a Jet Ranger was a training flight for the German Championships. The door was extended; my husband pressed a long rope into my hand with the information: "We're leaving now. There's a bucket of water at the bottom of your rope. You have to put it on the standing table at the back of the seat, but you must not spill any water. Since I can't see that from my side, all I have to do is guide myself and I fly accordingly. All very simple!" At the beginning I hung half out of the helicopter, gesticulated and talked with my hands and feet, my husband flew the same way and laughed himself to pieces... was super teamwork, the bucket landed safely on the table without any losses. :-)
"Do you want some coffee too?"
...a chocolate cappuccino from my favorite cup.
Probably... the horse mother :)
My most exciting flight experience was a flight from Tenerife to the neighboring island El Hierro with a small plane.....Arrival until landing uncertain because the plane was constantly dropping out....
Coffee, marzipan chocolate...always works.
Music and my sports club.
I don't have one yet...
Already on my first working day at Heli Transair I was able to enjoy my first helicopter flight.
I was not prepared for it, the more beautiful was the surprise.
It was breathtaking and an unforgettable experience.
The great team that supports me again and again as a "newcomer",
creative tasks and satisfied customers.
My friends and my family.
Recently I have developed a fear of flying. For time reasons I had to fly spontaneously from Austria to Egelsbach by helicopter. That was perhaps an overcoming. Fear of flying and then 3 hours flying by helicopter? But how do they say it? Miracles happen. Since then I have no more fear of flying and I look forward to flying again.
Friendly colleagues and working together as a team.
I like to do fitness and i love to spend time with my friends and family.
Coffee with milk
So far I have none.
Only the ones who break new ground
will move forward.
We constantly strike out into a new direction to offer you the best possible service. Whoever belongs to our team is willing to approach a task, uses their hands aswells as their head, is focused even in tricky situations and is working flat out to get the best output for you.
What we are capable of can only we acchieved together.