Inter Avia Mexico is providing for the first time in Puerto Vallarta a professional VIP helicopter transportation service.
The company Inter avia Mexico recently announced their new helicopter Agusta Power, which will provide for the first time in Puerto Vallarta VIP helicopter service to tourism and executives from the airport in Puerto Vallarta, specializing in transportation to Punta Mita, Tequila, Guadalajara and Tourism transports covering Gran Bahia and Bahia Sur or any other destinations that the costumer may require is accessible by this new professional service. The Agusta Power is a twin turbine helicopter, it is one of the fastest and safest helicopters in its class, the Agusta power can fly in all weather conditions day and night, and has accommodations for five or six passengers.
Inter Avia Mexico is a one hundred percent owned and managed Mexican company with their headquarters located in Nuevo Vallarta Nayarit. Captain Juan Garcia Aguilar is the managing director of this world class company. The focus of Inter Avia Mexico is to provide superior transportation services all over Mexico using their assets of private jets and helicopters.
Inter Avia Mexico has an affiliation with the American company Inter Avia Group LLC. During the inauguration the founding partner of this company CEO Captain Stuart H. Featherstone mentioned that Inter Avia Mexico is an aviation company with a fundamental focus on air safety and excellence in customer service, he also commented that the company will offer services in the tourism zone of Bahia de Banderas, Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit and Punta de Mita. VIP guests, film and theater artists a long with special need clients will all be able to make use of this first-class service.
For their client’s safety, the pilots are specifically acquired by Inter Avia with thousands of flight hours in all weather conditions and are considered to be some of the best trained pilots in the industry. Their world class training is completed at their Agusta factory in Sesto Calende, Italy.
The press conference was held at the private airport called Aerotron in Puerto Vallarta Jalisco, this highly publicized event had guests from the highest levels of Mexico’s aviation industry and also included branches of Mexico’s political sectors.