Time is running out for the specialist helicopter charter firm at the end of last month after two creditors Toby Blackwell Limited and the charity East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) applied to the High Court for the company to be placed into liquidation.
The company had once thrived, dealing with multi-national businesses including: BP, Shell, and National Grid, also operated flights for the East Anglian Air Ambulance service, and Norfolk Police helicopters, but unfortunately the loss of these important contracts caused endless financial problems for the Norwich-based business.
Matt Howard, a local Norwich Accountant, claims that time is running out to salvage the business unless a buyer is found within a few more days.
“There is a slim chance that we will be able to salvage the company and we hope that a new business will emerge from the former home of the EAAA.”
“There’s a real shortage of accommodation at Norwich airport. There are no units available, so if units do suddenly become available it could appeal to someone.”