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THE history of Forest Air Helicopters (FAH) can be traced back to 1954 when Viv Johnston purchased his first Tiger Moth aircraft. Continuing the aviation tradition, Mr Johnston’s son established FAH in 1988. In 2005 an alliance was formed with the Murray’s (another aviation family originating in the 1950’s) which enabled FAH to expand its fleet of Bell 206, 205 and 407 helicopters. The company believed that as an aerial platform tool, the helicopter’s use was restricted only by imagination. “FAH’s operations have been largely driven by the imagination of its client base. From lifting drill rigs in the mountains to supporting the United Nations in war torn parts of the globe, the company has delivered,” it stated. FAH’s safety management system is a key factor in its incident free record over the past two decades and its commitment to quality and environmental protection has been recognised through ISO9001 and ISO14001 accreditation. FAH’s clients often require the installation of special equipment.
“One of FAH’s strengths is the ability to transform client’s ideas into reality. The engineering design, manufacture, installation and approval of equipment can all be done within the organisation, and the graduate Aerospace and Mechanical Engineers are an integral part of this process,” the company stated.

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