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Bristow Completes Acquisition of British International Helicopter Services Limited

- The acquisition is expected to strengthen Bristow's leading global Government Services offering

- BIH will integrate into Bristow's U.K. operations and adopt the Bristow name and brand

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Bristow Group Inc., the global leader in innovative and sustainable vertical flight solutions, announced that it has completed its acquisition of British International Helicopter Services Limited effective August 2, 2022, further enhancing its leading global Government Services offering.

Bristow will integrate BIH into its U.K. operations, where BIH will adopt the Bristow name and brand throughout its operations.

“This acquisition further enhances our government services business, and we welcome our new, highly capable and experienced team members into the Bristow family, we will now build off BIH’s longstanding history and strong relationships with the U.K. Ministry of Defence and will continue providing safe and reliable service to both military and civilian markets.”

Chris Bradshaw, President and CEO of Bristow Group.

BIH’s more than 110 employees currently deliver combined search and rescue (SAR) and support helicopter services for the U.K. Ministry of Defence (MOD) with operations in the Falkland Islands and deliver Fleet Operational Sea Training (FOST) helicopter support for the Royal Navy in the U.K. BIH currently operates a fleet of two AW189 SAR-configured helicopters, three S61 helicopters, and one AS365 helicopter, performing various passenger and freight transport as well as hoist operations.

“The acquisition of BIH will further enhance Bristow’s leading global government services business by strengthening existing relationships and developing new partnerships throughout government sectors for safe and reliable vertical lift solutions, through this acquisition, Bristow is well-positioned to further expand our services throughout the U.K. and beyond.”

Alan Corbett, Senior Vice President of Bristow EAMEA and Search and Rescue.
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