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  • Kennocott Minerals
  • BHP Minerals
  • Ontario Government
  • Geological Surveys of Canada
  • Ontario
  • United States Department of Energy
  • United States Geological Surveys
  • State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resourses
  • United States Army Corps of Engineers
  • Diamet
  • DeBeers Mining
  • Barrick Gold
  • Noranda Mining


Over the course of their history, Questral has worked for Fugro Airborne Surveys, Mosaic Mapping Systems, Geoterrex-Dighem, Sanders Geophysics, THEM Geophysics, Aerodat Surveys and High-Sense Geophysics.

For these customers, we have specialized in EM, mag, gradiometer, and spectrometer surveys. We have also done bathymetry testing. In addition, we have done power line surveys, fire fighting, and recurrent flight training for the Mexican government.

Questral Helicopters has a Points Abroad designation with Transport Canada. This allows us to conduct international operations. Our international experience includes survey work in the United States, Greenland, Morocco and Peru.

Our services are comprised of:

Geophysical Surveys

Geophysical Surveys

Questral Helicopters is the only commercial helicopter service in North American that specializes in airborne geophysical surveys. Our company operates machines that are especially equipped to accommodate survey equipment. Our aircrews consist of experienced aerial survey technicians / survey pilots and engineers.

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Fire Fighting


Questral Helicopters AS 350 B2/B3 helicopters are ideally suited for fire suppression duties. Aircraft can be configured with, Baskets, Bambi Buckets, FM Radio, Nets, Chocker, Remote hooks and barrel slings.

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Questral Helicopters is a licensed 703 Air Taxi operator under Transport Canada. We are licensed to carry people and cargo In and out of Major Airports our out of your most remote location. Subject to aircraft availability.

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