Airbourne Solutions


...Solving Problems using Solutions


The UKs first SD2 Squirrel HelicopterUKs first SD2 Squirrel comes to Airbourne Solutions. Airbourne Solutions becomes the first UK operator and second in Europe to operate the AS350SD2 Single Squirrel helicopter.This variant of the Squirrel provides even more power with less fuel burn therefore allowing us to be even more environmentally friendly and cost effective.
Airbourne Solutions' New Twin Squirrel HelicopterNew Arrival: Twin Squirrel. Airbourne Solutions take delivery of their AS355F2 Twin Squirrel helicopter allowing us to expand our twin engine helicopter operations. This can also be provided with a full medical kit for EMS operations.
Airbourne Solutions - For all your Aerial Needs

Fire Fighting

We provide fully equipped helicopters, together with highly trained ground crew, for aerial fire fighting in any location within the UK. Using the world renowned Bambi buckets, we can drop up to 200 gallons of water per lift. To complement this method, a "fire sock" can be easily attached to the bucket to allow a greater dispersion of the water (e.g. a mist) which can be more suitable for grassland fires. Our equipment also includes a Sacksofoam unit which has the capability to provide a blanket of foam to be laid should this be required.

Using a Bambi bucket on a peat fireWater can be picked up from the nearest water source, or if the location of this source would delay turnaround time, our portable dunking tank can be used.

We can offer a rapid response time, and 24 hour stand-by cover if required, so you can be confident that additional support is only a phone call away.

Visit our Gallery to view some of the projects we have satisfactorily completed.

"Our helicopter contractor…..showed tremendous skill and commitment"
Chief Executive, Forestry Commission, Wales
"Our helicopter contractor…showed terrific commitment, and also ingenuity and skill, for example in the use of building skips as reservoirs for dunking the Bambi helibuckets."
Forestry Commission, Wales