EDIC Horizon has placed orders for two new Bell 429IGW twin-engine helicopters at the ongoing show.
Hareb Thani Al Dhaheri, CEO, EDIC Horizon, said, “The addition of two new Bell 429s is a testament to EDIC Horizon’s commitment to consistently improve its portfolio in line with the needs and expectations of our clients. I am glad to see EDIC Horizon taking advantage of being the first player in the Middle East to offer ME training. It is our mission to provide exceptional training to aspiring pilots by delivering value-added, innovative and world-class training solutions.”
The two new GCAA registered helicopters will be used by the Middle East’s leading flight training organization, to provide Rotary-wing Advanced Flight Training services to national and international customers, from both military and civil backgrounds.
EDIC Horizon currently offers various training courses such as IR, night flying, ATPL, off-shore, search & rescue (SAR), hoisting, emergency medical services (medevac), and mountain flying among others.
The academy’s fleet also consists of Bell 206s and Bell 407s.
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