|Hubs||Trondheim Airport, Værnes|
|Key people||Geir-Vidar Sørheim (CEO)|
Helitrans is a Norwegian helicopter and maintenance company based at Trondheim Airport, Værnes established in 1990. The airline also has bases in Kjeller Flyplass, Lillestrøm, Mo i Rana Airport, Røssvoll, Narvik, Langnes Lufthavn, Tromsø, Alta Lufthavn, Alta and Sauda in Norway.
In April 2010, Helitrans received approval to fly to London City Airport, in the business center of London, one of Europe's most demanding airports.
The company started helicopter services from Trondheim Airport in 1990 providing general services, including work for mobile telephone network operators, power grid operators and reindeer farmers. In 1997 the company started a fixed-wing division, with a Dornier Do-228. Services included charter flights from Trondheim Airport with Rosenborg BK and with Statoil to Brønnøysund. The fixed-wing division was sold to Kato Airline in 1998.
In 2004 Helitrans made two large purchases: the aerial photography company Fjellanger Widerøe and the domestic division of NorCopter. Later they also have bought the Swedish aircraft maintenance company Air Service Torsby based at Torsby Airport and the Ålesund Airport, Vigra based airline Classic Air Norway that operated a Jetstream 31.
In 2007 Helitrans purchased HelikopterDrift AS, a helicopter company based in Kjeller Flyplass, Lillestrøm, and later merged into Helitrans AS in 2011.
In December 2012 Helitrans ended the fixed wing operation and continued to only operate helicopters.
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