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Evergreen Helicopters
Based at McMinnville, Oregon was founded by Delford Smith in 1960 as Evergreen Helicopters. In 1975 merged with Intermountain Airlines from Pacific Corporation (a CIA front company) and form Evergreen International Airlines changing to Evergreen International Aviation in 1979. They offers a diversified fleet of heavy lift, medium lift, light helicopters and fixed wing aircraft operating from a global network of bases.

Acquired by Erickson AirCrane in 2013

News


Erickson AirCrane Acquires Evergreen Helicopters, 19-Mar-13 : Erickson Air-Crane Incorporated, a leading operator of the S-64 Aircrane heavy-lift helicopter, announced that it has executed a stock purchase agreement for the purchase of Evergreen Helicopters, Inc.

Evergreen Accepts First Of Three Bell/Agusta AB139 Helicopters, 06-Feb-05 : AgustaWestland is pleased to announce that Bell/Agusta Aerospace Company today marked the symbolic handover of the first of three AB139 helicopters ordered by Evergreen Helicopters, a division of Evergreen International Aviation. The ceremony took place at Bell/Agusta's booth during this week's HAI Heli-Expo annual convention in Anaheim, California.







List of Units

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Rotary Wing Aircraft UnitCreatedDisband
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Bases and Locations

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Base / HeliportUnits on this Location
   Marana Pinal AirparkEvergreen
   Sabine Pass EvergreenEvergreen


Model Types

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ModelDel'dFromTo
  Agusta AB13920052013
  SNIA SA315B Lama19742013
  Bell 212
  SNIA Alouette III
  Sikorsky S-61 H-3
  Sikorsky S-64 CH-54
  Bell 412
  SNIA SA330 Puma??2013


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