Babcock Italia registered office is in Milan and employs more than 700 professionals. Focusing and believing on the continuous education and training of its crews, pursuing the highest level of aircraft maintenance services, and committing to the continuous improvement of the quality of its services, Babcock Italia leads in the Italian helicopter industry and it is also growing internationally.
Babcock Italia uses an ATO for the training of pilots, also a Part 147 and a Design and Completion Department.
Babcock Italia is specialized in Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS). Offshore rescue service and assistance to oil rigs, and fire-fighting activity are the other major specialities of Babcock Italia, delivered by a highly-trained staff.
Rotor Wing Division runs 40 bases located throughout Italy, designed for medical emergency services and high-mountain rescue. Babcock Italia boasts over 30 years of experience and more than 100.000 hours of flight time. With a helicopter fleet offering the most advanced equipment, Babcock Italia guarantees a reliable and trusted service to its clients, in full compliance with quality and safety regulations.
Babcock Italia started its offshore services in 1982 with the passenger transportation and assistance to the ENI oil plant in Ravenna. Today grants services to the main oil and gas companies providing its services in Italy and Africa.
For its offshore activities, Babcock Italia uses one of the most modern European fleets, featuring aircraft equipped with state of the art technologies and the most advanced safety systems.
The Italian firefighting fleet of 19 Bombardier CL-415 aircraft is one of the most important in the world. The Bombardier Fleet, owned by the Italian Fire Corps, is operated by the highly experienced technicians and pilots of Babcock Italia’s Fixed Wing Division. It has its operational base in Rome - Ciampino International airport and runs 3 permanent bases and 2 seasonal ones, with 100 pilots and 130 technicians.
The Rotor Wing Divisio has its main operational base in Colico, near Lake Como. Offices and technical facilities are based in the 13.000 sqm infrastructure in Colico.
The 3.000 sqm hangar can provide maintenance service for 10 helicopters simultaneously, and the service area has 7 landing strips and a well-lighted area for 24/7 operations.
Babcock Italia provides maintenance services for its own aircraft as well as those of third parties in its aviation maintenance center in Belluno.
The Fixed Wing Division, located in Rome - Ciampino International airport, manages every maintenance service and flight operations of the Italian Fire Corps’s Fleet (Bombardier aircraft) which is specialized in firefighting operations.
Babcock Italia has 2 hangars inside Ciampino International Airport, big enough to host 6 aircraft in maintenance as well as several parking and resting areas.
In addition to its main headquarters, Babcock Italia has a permanent Aviation Maintenance Fleet Service in Lamezia Terme, Italy.Overview
- Over 30 years’ experience
- 700 employees
- Operated aircraft 68
- More than 12,850 HEMS missions
- 1,940 firefighting operations
- 3,200 Oil & Gas passengers