Tracware continue roll out of Aerotrac v2.50 in the Seychelles
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Tracware personnel travelled to the Seychelles to carry out an Aerotrac v2.50 upgrade at their two customer sites based on the island.
Island Development Company (IDC) Aviation and ZilAir have been Tracware customers, and Aerotrac users, since 2011.
IDC’s Aviation Department (www.idcseychelles.com) is responsible for IDC’s fleet of five aircrafts: two Beechcraft B-1900, a Caravan 406, a Dornier SD-228 and a Y-12.
The ultimate aim of the Aviation Department of IDC is to provide transportation for IDC workers, visitors and investors, taking them to and from the different islands managed by the company, helping to ensure IDC’s islands are properly supplied, serviced and connected whilst also assisting their economic development and their conservation needs. The Aviation Department also provides chartered flights to the following islands: Alphonse, Assomption, Astove, Coetivy, Desroches, Farquhar, Marie-Louise, Platte, Poivre and Remire.
ZilAir (www.zilair.com) was established in 2007, and is justifiably proud to be Seychelles’ first luxury aerial limo service, achieved through the innovative introduction of breath-taking options to add to the Seychelles vacation experience. International standards of reliability & precision, match an unprecedented blend of prestige and performance, these bespoke aerial services define adventurous luxury convenience travel in Seychelles.
They are the premium provider of luxury helicopter and fixed wing aerial limo services in Seychelles operating a choice of four state-of-the-art air-conditioned Airbus Helicopters (Eurocopter) EC120B helicopters, a Airbus Helicopters (Eurocopter) EC145 (BK117- C2), a Beechcraft ‘King-Air’ 250, and a twin-engine fixed wing Vulcan Air P68C.
Their Head Office and transit lounge are strategically located alongside the runway at the Seychelles International Airport, to ensure hassle-free and efficient transfers, where ZilAir provides luxurious air-conditioned facilities to compliment the aerial limo services presenting passengers with a seamless experience that promises to be ‘more than just a flight’.
The successful Aerotrac upgrade was undertaken in February 2019.