Sikorsky History

In 1901, as a 12-year-old boy in the Czarist Russian City of Kiev, Igor Sikorsky built a small wooden model, powered by a rubber band, capable of vertical flight. The helicopter was born. Later, in September 14, 1939, Igor was behind the controls of the VS-300, the first ever helicopter flight.

Since its formation in 1923, Sikorsky the company has mirrored the qualities of Sikorsky the man - Imagination, energy, and a genius for engineering.

Today, Sikorsky continues to push the limits of technology. The huge, state-of-the-art aircraft plant in Stratford, Connecticut, has evolved with the times, seeing over 50 years of commercial production and a comparable number of production models. From intermediate executive transport to a heavy-lift military workhorse, from sonar-dipping to search-and-rescue to VIP transport, Sikorsky has the helicopters, the facilities, the resources, the support and the influence world-wide that customers have come to expect.

PlaneSayling Aviation Ltd is the non-exclusive sales representative for the Sikorsky S-76 and S-92 models in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland.

Our experienced sales team works closely with Sikorsky to ensure that potential clients have all the information necessary to make the right decision, whether it be on a new or preowned helicopter. From client presentations and competitive analysis through to demo flights, PlaneSayling Aviation Ltd can arrange whatever is required to assist during the purchase of your helicopter.

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