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As CEO of Aerocardal, I am proud to present to you our exclusive jet charter service to dream destinations such as San Pedro de Atacama or Pucón. At Aerocardal, we understand the importance of comfort, efficiency, security and privacy in our customers’ travels.

Imagine the possibility of reaching these iconic destinations without the complications of commercial flights. Our state-of-the-art jet aircraft offer a personalized travel experience, with flexible itineraries to suit your needs.

With us, you’ll experience first-class service from the moment you book your flight until you set foot on your destination. The majesty of San Pedro de Atacama or the serene beauty of Pucón will be just a private flight away, thanks to the dedication of the entire Aerocardal team.

Let us take your travel experience to the next level. At Aerocardal, we don’t just offer flights, we provide unforgettable memories.

Sincerely, Ricardo Real, CEO – Aerocardal

Industry news

LCI will acquire up to 21 latest generation helicopters from Leonardo

Lease Company International (LCI), a leasing company in the aviation sector, announced the availability, through a framework agreement, of 21 next-generation helicopters from the Leonardo company, composed of 10 specific models plus 11 options.

The new framework agreement covers the AW169 light intermediate, AW139 intermediate and AW189 super medium helicopters, which will collectively address renewal and replacement requirements in the industry.

The new helicopters will be delivered through 2028 and will be intended for a variety of missions including emergency medical services (EMS), search and rescue (SAR), marine and wind energy.

The helicopters will be strategically allocated between LCI and SMFL LCI Helicopters, LCI’s joint venture with Sumitomo Mitsui Finance and Leasing Company, Limited (SMFL).

According to the company, the helicopters record superior performance, flexibility and lower CO2 emissions than comparable types and other modes of transportation, thereby helping operators reduce their carbon footprint while maintaining mission-critical and life-saving operations.

In addition, they will be equipped with the latest set of navigation and safety features and will also be authorized to use sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) in the future, taking advantage of the certification standards already obtained by Leonardo for the use of SAF.

“The helicopter market seeks to review, renew and replenish capacity in a disciplined and pragmatic manner. We want to help customers, operators and end users grow sustainably while using some of the most modern, efficient and technologically innovative helicopters in the skies,” said Jaspal Jandu, CEO of LCI.

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Viajar en un jet privado está al alcance de tu mano

I imagine that you have often wondered what it would be like to fly on a private jet. In this article we tell you everything about them so that you can make your best decision. Difference between a trip on a commercial airline and a private jet.

The main difference between a private jet and a commercial airline is that private jets are planes that are fully chartered for a group of people or a company, while commercial airlines sell individual tickets so anyone can travel on their planes.

Other notable differences include:

Flexibility: Private jets offer more flexibility in terms of schedules and destinations, since flights can be scheduled according to the client’s needs.

Comfort: Private jets are typically more comfortable than commercial airplanes, as they are designed for fewer passengers and offer more personal space.

Privacy: Private jets offer greater privacy than commercial airplanes, since there are no other passengers on board.

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This will be the strategy that will implement hundreds of heliports for emergencies

As part of the National Plan for the Prevention, Mitigation and Combat of Forest Fires 2023-2024, authorities headed by the Minister of the MOP, Jessica López and the Minister of Agriculture, Esteban Valenzuela, announced the strategy that will allow the implementation of hundreds of heliports throughout the country to face emergencies.

The National Plan for Rest Points for Helicopters (PPH) aims to provide support infrastructure for helicopters during

the development of different emergencies, such as fighting forest fires.

This plan will provide connectivity to places that, in the event of an emergency or catastrophic event, are isolated and require the immediate arrival of help, thus increasing the coverage of the territory, giving a timely response from the State to the needs that arise in this type. of situations.

Goals of the National Helicopter Landing Point Plan

Given that the Plan is national in nature, the following goals have been set in order to achieve coverage throughout the country:

Short term: Have 100 PPH built by 2026 (Investment approx. $40,000 MM)

Medium term: Have 260 PHH built by 2030 (Investment approx. $100,000MM)

Beneficiary population: National coverage that can reach around 2.5 million potential beneficiaries.

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Pilatus Exceeds Expectations: During 2023 it delivered 148 aircraft

The Ascending Trajectory of Pilatus

2023 has been marked as a year of significant achievements for Pilatus, the renowned Swiss manufacturer of commercial and military training aircraft. With an impressive delivery of 148 aircraft, surpassing the 133 of the previous year 2022, Pilatus has once again demonstrated its excellence and reliability in the aeronautical industry. According to the manufacturer, 47 PC-24 and 101 PC-12 aircraft will be delivered during 2023.

The Boost in Sales and Profits: A Reflection of Effective Strategies

In Government Aviation, Pilatus successfully closed a follow-on agreement with the Spanish Air Force, which went ahead with the purchase of another 16 PC-21s. In May, the 2,000th PC-12 was delivered to its long-standing customer, PlaneSense, and in October, Pilatus celebrated the launch of the new PC-24, with its increased payload and range.

Keys to Success: Innovation and Portfolio Diversification

The 2023 financial year was marked by great successes for Pilatus. Thanks to continued high demand, 148 aircraft were delivered despite the continued challenges of the operating environment. With total sales of 1,478 million Swiss francs, operating income of 240 million Swiss francs and new orders worth 1,513 million Swiss francs, Pilatus closed last year with record results.

Towards the Future: Pilatus and its Vision of Continued Expansion

Looking to the future, Pilatus is positioned on a path of continued expansion and growth. With plans to increase its global presence and continue to innovate its product offerings, the company is preparing to face the challenges of the aeronautical market with confidence and determination. The year 2023 has undoubtedly been a brilliant chapter in the history of Pilatus, and everything indicates that the best is yet to come.

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