Air Zermatt's fleet is adapted to meet the challenging and unique conditions of the Valais mountains. Each helicopter has its strengths, and our technical service means the machines are always ready to undertake difficult operations at the 4,000-metre-high peaks
Lama Sa 315B
In Switzerland, only a few civil users are still flying Lamas, one of which is Air Zermatt. Especially in the harshest conditions in the high mountains these robust machines have proven themselves very successful. Therefore, the characteristic howl of the turbines will still be heard in the Alps for years to come.
of the aircraft
The Technical Service Department of Air Zermatt AG is responsible for the care and maintenance of all in-house helicopters. Air Zermatt AG has had EASA Part 145 certification since 2007. This certification entitles us to carry out maintenance work on civil helicopters from all over Europe.
- Bell 429
- EC 135 T2/T3
- EC 130 T2
- AS 350 series
- SA 315 B Lama
- SA 3160, 316, 319, Alouette 3
- Robinson R22, R44
- Electrical System Installations
C5 Electrical Power
- General Limitation
- Components and scope as per the Capability List defined in the Company Exposition MOE
Since 2009, Air Zermatt AG has also been EASA Part M certified with Privilege I. This certification authorizes us to perform the maintenance for the airworthiness of aircraft as well as to test the airworthiness of aircraft according to the EASA Part M Subpart G & I certification.
Our company attaches great importance to high quality standards. At our EASA Part 145 certified maintenance facility, we combine technology, know-how and experience for the benefit of Air Zermatt and our customers. We will support and advise you on all matters concerning your helicopter and guarantee the highest service quality in all areas of maintenance, spare parts procurement and logistics.
Safety as top priority
The safety of customers and passengers is our top priority. Our fleet is equipped with Spidertracks, enabling our team to see where our aircraft are at all times, how they are flying, and communicate in real-time. We actively monitor our aircraft location and status, and will quickly be alerted in the event of an emergency.