Despite an incredibly busy fire season, Siller Helicopters still was able to complete some rather unique and unusual projects this year, including a job to help preserve and protect California’s scenic Carmel River.
Operating in populated conditions is always a challenge. However, when that crowd also occupies the same airspace as you, potential hazards can appear from any direction. Flying in such a demanding space requires flawless logistical execution and specialized expertise. So when Jarrell Mechanical reached out to Siller Helicopters to help with constructing the new United States Postal Service (USPS) building next to the Portland International Airport (PDX), we knew we had the equipment, knowledge and experience to complete this job successfully.
On March 19, Siller Helicopters helped bring the people of Los Angeles a bit closer to the sky. Perched more than 1,000 feet above city streets, the newly installed “Skyslide” offers a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the city as riders launch themselves from the U.S. Bank Tower’s 70th floor. The slide, measuring 45 feet long […]
After more than 18 months of dedicated efforts, Siller Helicopters, Inc. announced it has completed its second purpose-built Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe, joining a select handful of companies around the world with the expertise, support staff and resources to reconstruct these rare aircraft. With the new addition, Siller Helicopters expects to significantly expand operations abroad, leveraging its increased capabilities as far away as Australia.
Elon Musk Hires Siller Helicopters for Complex Heavy Lift Operation While every job is unique, there are a few exceptional operations that fully challenge the abilities of most aviators. So when Elon Musk, famed CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, needed a unique solution for a demanding job at his Bel Air, California estate, Siller […]