German company, Heli NRW, is the newest member of Leading Helicopter Academies (LHA). Based at Mönchengladbach Airport, near Cologne and Dusseldorf, they provide excellent training for the PPL, CPL and FI licences, as well as many of the necessary ratings. They have also recently acquired an EASA-certified helicopter simulator from VRM Switzerland.
CEO of Heli NRW, Holger Lubbe: “Working with LHA gives us the opportunity to broaden our horizons. Learn from each other, introduce new ideas and enhance what we can offer to pilots and organisations.”
Heli NRW offers students very varied flying conditions over flat and hilly natural terrain and also heavily urbanised areas. Outside of training, It has provided thousands of sightseeing trips over the Rhineland and Ruhr in Germany, as well as above Belgium and the Netherlands.
EHC CEO ad LHA Spokesperson Anette Kruhaug Haldersen: “It’s great to have a strong partner in one of the most important European markets. We look forward to working together, to improve flying standards and offer students the very best training in Europe.”
About Heli NRW
Heli NRW is a helicopter academy based at Mönchengladbach Airport, Germany.
The company was founded in 2011 with the purpose of providing helicopter training to the highest standards.
Heli NRW provide training for the PPL, CPL and FI licences and several type ratings. They recently started offering training on EASA-certified R22 and H125 VR helicopter simulators.
About Leading Helicopter Academies (LHA)
- 12 EASA-approved training organisations and specialist trainers
- Total fleet of 168 helicopters
- 19,400 annual training hours
- 96 flight instructors spread over 26 European bases
- Almost 4,000 helicopter pilots have already taken their education at one of the schools in the network
Members: Alidaunia (Italy), European Helicopter Center (Norway), Heli Austria, Helibravo (Portugal), HeliCentre (Netherlands), Heli-flight (Germany), Helicopter Groundschool (Belgium), Heli NRW (Germany), LION Helicopters (Czech Republic), Mountainflyers (Switzerland), Pole-Air (France) and Superior Air (Greece).