Travel by helicopter is simple and efficient for saving time or for trips to inaccessible locations. This page describes how to make a reservation or get a quote for a custom trip. No reservation is required for daily traffic between Nikkaluokta-Kebnekaise and Abisko-Alesjaure.
Many variables affect the cost of helicopter transportation or other helicopter services. Examples are number of passengers, payload/baggage weight, helicopter size, flight distance and which base the helicopters depart from. You can easily make an inquiry via the following link and we will respond promptly with a quote for your flight.
In order to quote you a price we need to know how many passengers there are, what type of trip you are interested in (fishing, hunting or sightseeing), from which base you wish to depart and what dates. We are always available at +46980-81 000.
In order to quote you a price we need to know how many passengers there are, what type of trip you are interested in (fishing, hunting or sightseeing), from which base you wish to depart and what dates. We are always available at firstname.lastname@example.org
Warning! All drone flying is prohibited near our bases as they pose a serious threat to helicopter safety.
A passenger may transport (for personal use) the following items, substances and amounts of dangerous goods:
A. 25 liters flammable liquid, class 3, container type II or III, to be used as fuel.
B. 5 liters flammable liquid, class 3, for camping stoves in container type II or III
C. 11kg gas mixture (UN1965), class 2, subclass 2.1, in a gas container that is no larger than 11kg*
D. 700g gas (UN2037), class 2, subclass 2.1, in a single use container with protection over the nozzle
E. 5 liters non-flammable paint and/or thinner, class 3, container type II or III
F. Dangerous goods inside a machine or equipment, class 9, such as boat engines, generators, chainsaws that are empty and sealed so that nothing can leak
G. 6 small packages safety matches, class 4.1
H. 1 battery, liquid, sealed, class 8, that meets requirements A67 and is protected from short-circuiting
*Maximum amount of gas (UN1965) onboard is 24kg
More information can be found at Transportstyrelsens website.
The weapon must be unloaded and the vital component (firing mechanism) must be separate from the weapon. The weapon will be stored in the baggage compartment and the vital component in the cabin. Inspect ammunition containers and store them in the baggage compartment.