The first day at HAI HELI-EXPO in Atlanta was full of exciting attractions. We got a chance to meet up with aviation professionals and demonstrate our helicopter pilot training offering for AW139, AW169, H125, and H145.

“The overall atmosphere at the exhibition center was delightful and inspiring. We got to talk to many enthusiastic visitors at our booth. I am looking forward to also browsing the exhibition area and connecting with more people in the following days,” states Ivar Koster, Chief Flight Instructor at Coptersafety.

Coptersafety helicopter pilot training centre in Atlanta at HAI HELI-EXPO 2019


Our team was happy about the extensive conversation they had with people who stopped by at the booth.

“The people from TRU simulator came to show their support, and we were able to discuss how we can further intensify our partnership” Koster pinpoints. “I am confident that in the future, our instructors will be able to provide even more options for the pilots during the training sessions. For instance, being able to add emergencies as real-time scenarios will be a desired addition to LOFT exercises, providing a realistic setting for the training”, he continues.


Part of our mission at Coptersafety is to share the latest information from the aviation industry. The first day at HAI HELI-EXPO left us feeling inspired and excited about what the future of the aviation industry.

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About Coptersafety

Coptersafety is an independent helicopter pilot training provider for commercial, government and private organizations. The company provides simulator training to helicopter pilots around the world at its training facility next to Helsinki Airport. Coptersafety has taken the initiative to genuinely improve pilot training to ensure the safety performance of operators.

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