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Erickson’s Beginnings

In 1971, Erickson Lumber Company, owned by second-generation logger and entrepreneur Jack Erickson, leased an S-64E Skycrane helicopter from Sikorsky Aircraft and renamed the company Erickson Air-Crane™.

At that time, many small operations around the world were experimenting with helicopter logging with little success due to the high cost of supporting the aerial operation. Mr. Erickson realized the specialized nature of the S-64, and used his years of experience in the logging industry to optimize the heavy-lift helicopter for timber harvesting. His system proved profitable, leading to the purchase of the first S-64 in 1972, followed by the purchase of three more aircraft later that year. Erickson eventually purchased the S-64 Type Certificate from Sikorsky in 1992 and continues to manufacture and maintain the aircraft, since renamed as the Aircrane, from its facility in southern Oregon.

Erickson has innovated aerial service capabilities over the years, broadening the timber harvesting capabilities of the S-64 and expanding into firefighting, infrastructure support, powerline construction, oil and gas exploration, and the transport of people and product.

Multi-mission Milestones

Erickson has continued to demonstrate agility, reliability, and precision while working on challenging and noteworthy projects:

Growing Through Acquisitions

In 2013, Erickson acquired McMinnville, Oregon-based Evergreen Helicopters and Brazilian oil and gas company Air Amazonia, a subsidiary of HRT.

Now operating as Erickson subsidiaries Erickson Helicopters and Erickson Transport, Evergreen has been a pioneer in aviation since 1960, flying their fleet of helicopters for customers in a diverse range of industries, including construction and heavy lift, disaster relief, forestry, government, law enforcement, military logistics, search and rescue, and other critical tasks. These Commercial Airlift Review Board (CARB)-approved helicopters and fixed wing aircraft operate from a global network of bases, performing demanding work in some of the most austere and remote environments in the world, including the heat and elevation of Afghanistan, isolated islands of the Southern Philippines, and the most inaccessible parts of the African continent.

Air Amazonia, formerly the aviation services division of HRT Participações em Petróleo S.A., is an established South American operator. This strategic acquisition further broadens Erickson’s rapidly expanding global footprint. In conjunction with the acquisition of Air Amazonia, Erickson entered into a five-year aerial services contract (including annual renewal options) with HRT to provide rotary-wing aircraft services to support their oil and gas activities in the Solimoes region of Brazil, strengthening Erickson’s position as a key partner for a growing number of customers throughout this important and fast growing region for the oil and gas industry.

What’s Next

These acquisitions helped significantly expand the depth and breadth of services Erickson is able to provide to customers both in the United States and internationally.

Erickson now boasts a fleet of nearly 100 aircraft, and offers services, training, and support in many industries, including firefighting, construction, timber harvesting, crewing, oil and gas exploration, manufacturing, passenger and cargo transport, support of defense operations, MEDEVAC, and more.

INVESTOR OVERVIEW: http://investors.ericksonaviation.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=237068&p=irol-irhome ;



Headquarters:Suite 200
5550 S.W. Macadam Avenue
PORTLAND, OR 97239


Web Address:

http://ericksonaviation.com/

 
 
 
 
 

9/11 could have turned out a lot different if Erickson had gotten involved IMO


FLEET:

Erickson S-64E Aircrane and Erickson S-64F Aircrane

The S-64 Aircrane is manufactured and maintained in Central Point, Oregon by Erickson.

 

The helicopter was originally manufactured by Sikorsky Aircraft as the S-64A Skycrane, and sold to the Army as the CH-54A Tarhe. The CH-54 performed with an outstanding service record in Vietnam, supporting the Army's First Cavalry Division, Airmobile by retrieving over 380 damaged aircraft, saving an estimated $210 million. The S-64 was the first helicopter built as a flying crane, with an aft-facing pilot station that gives the pilot an unobstructed view of the load being carried and full positive control of the aircraft during precision operations.

The rotor system consists of a six-blade, fully articulated main rotor and a four-blade tail rotor. The S-64E is powered by two Pratt & Whitney turbine engines, for which Erickson obtained the Type Certificate in 2013, generating a combined maximum takeoff rating of 9,000 SHP and giving the S-64E model an external load lift capacity of 20,000 pounds (9,072 kg) at sea level. The S-64F features a strengthened airframe, a rotor system with longer chord length, and two Pratt & Whitney engines rated at 9,600 SHP, which gives the S-64F model an external load capacity of 25,000 pounds (11,340 kg) at sea level.

Erickson S-64E Aircrane

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Erickson
  • Year of Introduction: 1969
  • Powerplant: 2P&W JFTD12-4A
  • Capacity: 3
  • Fuselage Length: 70 ft. (21.3 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 17,000 lbs. (7,711 kgs.)
  • Maximum External Load: 20,000 lbs. (9,072 kgs.)
  • Maximum Speed: 115 kts.
  • Maximum Range: 250 mi. (402 km.)

Erickson S-64F Aircrane

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Erickson
  • Year of Introduction: 1970
  • Powerplant: 2P&W JFTD12A-5A
  • Capacity: 3
  • Fuselage Length: 70 ft. (21.3 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 22,500 lbs. (10,206 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 25,000 lbs. (11,340 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 104 kts.
  • Maximum Range: 240 mi. (386 km.)
HELICOPTERS:

Erickson’s helicopter fleet has served in more than 168 countries under virtually every possible condition. Our medium- and light-lift helicopters have conducted operations including passenger transport, oil and seismic exploration support, search and rescue, aerial spray application, firefighting, long-line lift operations, emergency medical evacuation, and more. This diverse fleet, combined with our worldwide reach, allows Erickson to match appropriate machines to specialized aerial initiatives for any customer, in any location.

We recognize our customers’ unique aerial services needs, and are dedicated to meeting them every time. Erickson maintains fast response times, providing the highly qualified pilots, maintenance personnel, and support teams necessary to support flight operations.

Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil B2 and Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil B3

Known in North America as the AStar, this single-engine light helicopter offers a wide cabin and excellent range., and is popular with militaries and governments around the world. The B2 is a higher gross weight variant of the original craft, and the B3 is a high-performance version, famous for being the first helicopter to land on Mt. Everest. Erickson currently utilizes these aircraft for wildfire suppression, heli-skiing, passenger and cargo transportation, and external lift tasks in remote Alaska.

Performance Specifications:

AS350 B2

  • Manufacturer: Eurocopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1990
  • Powerplant: 1x Turbomeca Arriel 1D1
  • Capacity: 5 (1 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 35.86 ft. (10.93 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 1,540 lbs. (699 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 2,557 lbs. (1,160 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 155 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 340 nm.

AS350 B3

  • Manufacturer: Eurocopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1997
  • Powerplant: 1x Turbomeca Arriel 2B
  • Capacity: 5-6 (1 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 35.86 ft. (10.93 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 1,800 lbs. (816 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 3,086 lbs. (1,400 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 155 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 340 nm.

Bell 206B-3 JetRanger and Bell 206L-3 LongRanger

The Bell 206 is a family of two-bladed, single-/twin-engine helicopters originally adapted from the military Bell YOH-4. The 206B-3 boasts an increased horsepower engine, while the LongRanger models added two additional passenger seats. These aircraft serve a variety of purposes, including corporate transportation, emergency services, and oil and gas rig support.

Performance Specifications:

206B-3

  • Manufacturer: Bell Helicopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1971
  • Powerplant: RR 250-C20B
  • Capacity: 4 (1 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 31.2 ft. (9.5 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 1,093 lbs. (496 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 1,500 lbs. (680 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 130 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 311 nm.

206L-3

  • Manufacturer: Bell Helicopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1981
  • Powerplant: RR 250-C30P
  • Capacity: 6 (1 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 34.24 ft. (10.44 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 1,355 lbs. (615 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 2,000 lbs. (907 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 130 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 305 nm.

Bell 212

This two-blade, twin-engine medium helicopter was originally developed for the Canadian Forces and was later purchased in large numbers by the United States military. Erickson has utilized this aircraft for many tasks, including oil and gas, wildfire suppression, disaster relief, and for the Department of Defense.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Bell Helicopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1968
  • Powerplant: 2xP&W PT6T 3B
  • Capacity: 13-14 (1-2 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 42.4 ft. (12.92 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 3,580 lbs. (1,624 m.)
  • Maximum External Load: 5,000 lbs. (2,268)
  • Maximum Speed: 130 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 238 nm.

Bell 214ST

The Bell 214ST is a rugged and reliable work horse, known for its multi-mission capabilities and impressive power. Originally designed for operations in the extreme heat and elevations of the Middle East, the aircraft’s “hot and high” capability provides the Bell 214ST with significant power and impressive payloads at lower elevations. Its versatile interior is designed to accommodate multiple mission profiles with rapid configuration capability, ideal for military applications. The Bell 214ST, a descendent of the Bell UH-1 Huey utilized in support of the U.S. Army in Vietnam, was the first Bell aircraft to be equipped with many of the safety features standard on Bell products today. Erickson has proven the Bell 214ST is a reliable aircraft through supporting the Department of Defense in the Philippines, Afghanistan and the Central Africa Region.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Bell Helicopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1982
  • Powerplant: 2x GE Ct7-2A
  • Capacity: 17-18 (1-2 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 49.1 ft. (14.96 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 5,500 lbs. (2,495 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 7,900 lbs. (3,583 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 160 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 421 nm.

Bell 412EP

The Bell 412EP (“Enhanced Performance”) is the next generation in medium twin helicopter technology. With a state-of-the-art avionics package, increased reliability, and improved performance from earlier Bell 412 models, the Bell 412EP is truly an industry leader for multi-mission capable aircraft. Known for its versatility of mission profile, the Bell 412EP has a long history in EMS and SAR environments, with more aircraft flying in this arena than any other medium twin helicopter of its size. High reliability is further enhanced by the utilization of avionics developed from many years of supporting the offshore industry. Erickson currently utilizes the Bell 412EP, providing MEDEVAC services for the Department of Defense in Hawaii and Alaska.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Bell Helicopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1984
  • Powerplant: 2x P&W PT6T-3D
  • Capacity: 13-14 (1-2 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 41.8 ft. (12.74 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 2,700 lbs. (1,225 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 4,500 lbs. (2,041 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 140 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 360 nm.

Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm/Eurocopter BO 105CBS 5

The BO 105 was the first light twin-engine helicopter in the world to enter commercial service in 1972. Today, the BO 105CBS 5 features more powerful engines and an enlarged fuselage for the purpose of improved EMS capabilities. Known for its extreme maneuverability, it is also used in law enforcement and offshore transport. Erickson uses this aircraft in passenger transport and contracted mail delivery in remote Alaska.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Eurocopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1978
  • Powerplant: 2x Allison 250-c20B
  • Capacity: 4 (1-2 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 28.92 ft. (8.81 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 1,628 lbs. (738 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 1,984 lbs. (900 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 145 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 307 nm.

Aérospatiale SA 330J Puma

The Puma is perhaps the most successful European-built medium-lift helicopter ever manufactured, and is used in both the military and commercial markets. Erickson currently uses the SA 330J in support of the Department of Defense in Afghanistan, providing vertical replenishment to US Navy vessels at sea.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Eurocopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1976
  • Powerplant: 2x Turmo IVC
  • Capacity: 18-19 (1-3 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 46.12 ft. (14.05 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 5,500 lbs. (2,495 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 7,700 lbs. (3,493 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 167 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 374 nm.

Eurocopter AS332 L1 Super Puma

The four-bladed twin-engine Super Puma is an enlarged and re-engineered version of the Puma, and is used primarily for offshore oil rig support. It boasts 1,700 shp Turboméca Malika turboshafts, a larger fuselage, composite rotor blades, and new avionics. The Super Puma family has flown over 4 million flight hours.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Eurocopter
  • Year of Introduction: 1981
  • Powerplant: 2x Turbomeca Malika 1A
  • Capacity: 19 (2 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 50.95 ft. (15.53 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 6,500 lbs. (2,948 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 9,920 lbs. (4,500 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 167 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 400 nm.

Sikorsky S-61

This five-blade, twin-engine heavy helicopter is a civil variant of the United States Navy’s SH-3 “Sea King” helicopter. The Sea King was originally developed for the United States Navy as an amphibious anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopter, capable of detecting and attacking submarines. Today, Erickson uses the S-61 primarily in support of our South American oil and gas work.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
  • Year of Introduction: 1961
  • Powerplant: 2x GE CT 58 140-2
  • Capacity: 30 (2 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 72.83 ft. (22.2 m.)
  • Realistic Lift Capacity: 7,500 lbs. (3,402 kg.)
  • Maximum External Load: 8,000 lbs. (3,629 kg.)
  • Maximum Speed: 145 kts.
  • Maximum Range: 420 nm.
FIXED WING AIRCRAFT:

While Erickson is primarily known as a rotorcraft manufacturer and operator, our fleet also boasts a number of fixed-wing aircraft, each of which serves an important role in supporting our customers’ needs, particularly in the transport of people and products.

Beechcraft 1900D

The 19-passenger twin-engine turboprop Beechcraft 1900D was designed as a regional airliner, and can be used for corporate transport, as a freight aircraft, and in government and military operations. This airplane can take off from relatively short runways, as well.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Beechcraft
  • Year of Introduction: 1991
  • Powerplant: 2x P&W PT6A-67D
  • Capacity: 19 (2 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 57.81 ft. (17.62 m.)
  • Useful Load: 6,356 lbs. (2,883 kg.)
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 17,120 lbs. (7,766 kg.)
  • Cruising Speed: 280 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 1,100 nm.

Casa C-212 Aviocar

Erickson’s CASA 212 is a capable and extremely versatile aircraft specifically designed for maximum maneuverability at low speeds. The aircraft’s wide, high wing, large cargo area, and wide rear ramp make the CASA 212 the ideal aircraft for skydiving, passenger and cargo transportation, Short-Takeoff and Landing (STOL) and Low Cost Low Altitude (LCLA) airdrop operations. Erickson has proven this aircraft with past and current performance providing services for the Department of Defense around the world.

Performance Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: EADS CASA
  • Year of Introduction: 1979
  • Powerplant: 2x TPE331-10R-511C
  • Capacity: 28 (2 crew)
  • Fuselage Length: 53.1 ft. (16.18 m.)
  • Useful Load: 8,642 lbs. (3,920 kg.)
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 16,976 lbs. (7,700 kgs.)
  • Cruising Speed: 162 kts.
  • Maximum Range (No Auxiliary Tanks): 978 nm.

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#508   EACIQ: BK PLAN effective. All shares cancelled at Renee 04/28/17 06:43:11 PM
#507   Today may be the end of EACIQ GoliathVette 03/27/17 07:31:36 AM
#506   Get what you can....if you don't you will GoliathVette 03/14/17 10:03:03 AM
#505   Salvation....that is all folks GoliathVette 03/14/17 10:01:41 AM
#504   They sent me all the information for tax GoliathVette 03/13/17 11:35:46 PM
#503   I received a response from Erickson themselves. GoliathVette 03/13/17 11:34:28 PM
#502   Thanks. We've been trying to figure out why SultanaBanana 03/13/17 03:37:20 PM
#501   The shares are about to be worthless. GoliathVette 03/13/17 02:36:58 PM
#500   So... what happened? SultanaBanana 03/13/17 11:42:00 AM
#499   Well that about does that....wow GoliathVette 03/13/17 09:47:01 AM
#498   Trading is at a hold tight because of GoliathVette 03/10/17 10:23:35 AM
#497   If anyone is selling I would buy it now! GoliathVette 03/09/17 05:37:07 AM
#496   Have no fear, this stock is ready to GoliathVette 03/09/17 05:35:25 AM
#495   Sounds good. Thanks for all the updates. Ace508 03/08/17 10:20:05 AM
#494   That is usually the case...details are needed. GoliathVette 03/08/17 03:51:43 AM
#493   I'm not really qualified to answer love your neighbor 03/07/17 09:47:40 PM
#492   Correct me if I'm wrong. CEO stated, that Ace508 03/07/17 09:41:56 PM
#491   http://www.mailtribune.com/news/20170307/erickson-gets-order-for-aircrane Ace508 03/07/17 08:55:57 PM
#490   More contracts http://www.einnews.com/pr_news/369861313/korea-forest-service-c Ace508 03/07/17 05:06:33 PM
#489   We have been picking up volume. Also Checkout LII. Ace508 03/07/17 09:42:12 AM
#488   We will know more March 21 with March GoliathVette 03/07/17 09:02:52 AM
#487   On top of a spike in volume look GoliathVette 03/07/17 05:55:28 AM
#486   They should not be cancelled but overall if GoliathVette 03/07/17 03:16:15 AM
#485   If they are I need to sell asap. love your neighbor 03/06/17 09:17:24 PM
#484   will shares be cancelled on exit of the Q jokerwild477 03/06/17 08:29:46 PM
#483   For sure. A ride to $2 would be sweet love your neighbor 03/06/17 08:24:45 PM
#482   Sweet. All sounds really good. Seems others agree love your neighbor 03/06/17 08:24:00 PM
#481   If that happens then just hold on for GoliathVette 03/06/17 08:02:10 PM
#480   Hard to tell...I would call it .30 by GoliathVette 03/06/17 08:01:43 PM
#479   how high are you guessing? love your neighbor 03/06/17 07:57:05 PM
#478   They are about to jump up. GoliathVette 03/06/17 07:55:26 PM
#477   i received something about $EACIQ from scottrade recently love your neighbor 03/06/17 04:59:32 PM
#476   If you haven't gotten on board yet then GoliathVette 03/06/17 04:03:23 PM
#475   We have a hard buy...it is about to GoliathVette 03/06/17 09:57:26 AM
#474   132k I feel a movement GoliathVette 03/05/17 12:39:03 AM
#473   Sooooo....can we turn up the volume?! GoliathVette 03/04/17 06:08:32 AM
#472   https://www.americanbulls.com/m/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=EACIQ Ace508 03/03/17 08:32:20 PM
#471   https://steinbachonline.com/local/erickson-air-crane-becoming-a-common-sight-in- Ace508 03/02/17 07:48:36 PM
#470   https://careers-ericksonaviation.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchKeyword=&searc Ace508 03/01/17 08:56:07 PM
#469   The key is program manager positions GoliathVette 02/27/17 04:50:38 PM
#468   Lots of pilot positions are opening up! Good Ace508 02/27/17 10:45:49 AM
#467   We are seeing a stepping stone approach here...if GoliathVette 02/25/17 02:48:34 AM
#466   Ahh makes sense. I think we will GoliathVette 02/24/17 11:59:35 PM
#465   The investors on the backstop agreement are Wayzata Ace508 02/24/17 02:52:04 PM
#464   What is the link? Not sure if I GoliathVette 02/24/17 02:47:25 PM
#463   Looking good my friend. $$$$ http://wayzatainvestmentpartners.com/ Ace508 02/24/17 01:24:20 PM
#462   Wow look at all the hiring. They've posted Ace508 02/21/17 05:58:50 PM
#461   Ladies and Gentlemen we have a Company who GoliathVette 02/20/17 03:06:26 AM
#460   Old but good, GoliathVette 02/19/17 06:24:04 AM
#459   I'll work on those 16's some more this week. Ace508 02/13/17 06:41:02 PM
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