Operating in remote, Arctic environments such as Deadhorse, Alaska demands experience. Be it off shore transport in the Chukchi Sea, utility and long line support across the arctic, or stick picking for tundra preservation, Deadhorse Helicopters’ northern fleet and experience ensure your project is completed safely and efficiently.
Oil & Gas
Deadhorse Helicopters has long supported Alaska’s North Slope oil and gas industry having partnered with BP, ExxonMobil, Hilcorp Energy, Repsol, Chevron, Eni Petroleum and ConocoPhillips to provide safe and efficient transport both on and off shore across the North Slope. From Barrow to Deadhorse, and across the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas let Deadhorse Helicopters’ cold weather and arctic aviation expertise lead the way.
Emergency Medical Services
Deadhorse Helicopters provides limited emergency evacuation services upon request.
Deadhorse Helicopters’ base boasts 27,000 square feet of hangar, operations and living space. Located at the east end of the Deadhorse Airport parking apron, our base is conveniently located and uniquely equipped to support operations in this harsh and remote Arctic environment.
The Deadhorse Helicopters fleet varies throughout the year. Currently a BH212 is available for limited charter work. AS350-B2 or EC145 are also available for mobilization out of our Anchorage hub.
Hours of Operation & Contact
Mandy Nelson: 801-718-2847 or email@example.com
Feel Like a Local
Deadhorse Helicopters, located in Deadhorse, Alaska, provides for fantastic viewing of the Aurora Borealis. In the summer months take the Arctic Ocean Shuttle out to the coast.
“Everything went very well, the pilots were very professional and capable and the helicopter was in great shape and exactly what we needed to get our work done.”
“I definitely appreciated that the pilots were very safety focused as well and gave us all excellent instructions before we departed and ensured that all the passengers knew what to do during takeoff and landing.”
“I am sure that we’ll have ongoing helicopter needs on the north slope, so we will definitely be in touch when it’s time for us to get back out there.”