Dancopter wants to fly for Norway

The Esbjerg-based helicopter company Dancopter has experienced a terrific growth in Denmark. “Next stop is Norway, through our sister company Blueway Offshore Norge A/S,” says CEO Lars Skov.

Dancopter wants to benefit from the billions that are being invested in the Norwegian offshore sector. The company, which flies helicopters to and from offshore oil and wind facilities, has experienced a massive growth in the Danish part of the North Sea over the past ten years. Now Dancopter is getting ready to fly in the Norwegian part of the North Sea as well.

“We can see that the need for offshore flying in the North Sea is not getting smaller. Quite the opposite, really. When we move on, we’re going to Norway, where we will begin operating in 2014 together with our sister company,” says Lars Skov, CEO of Dancopter, to ShippingWatch.

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