Who do you call when you need to lift a 110 foot-long, 6,500 pound flagpole to the top of a 23 story building in downtown Corpus Christi, so you can display your Lone Star Flag?
Black Hawk Air Crane. We lift heavy things.
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We lift heavy things.
The Sikorsky Black Hawk UH-60A is as tough as it looks. The Black Hawk has lift capacity up to 8,000 pounds per lift, which is ideal for jobs that are difficult or impossible to perform with a ground-based crane. At Black Hawk Air Lift, helicopter sling load service lifts are our specialty.
We understand you have jobs that have specific project management demands, timing challenges, and specific budget responsibilities. Black Hawk Air Lift is uniquely positioned to deliver to you all of these essential requirements to ensure successful execution.
As a division of United States Aviation, located at Hanger 35 at Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa, Oklahoma, we have more than 35 years of aviation operations experience and have achieved some of the industry's highest national and internationally recognized safety ratings. Our civilian and military-trained pilots have combined experience of over 8,000 flight hours on the Black Hawk helicopter. Both Black Hawk helicopters are certified under FAA Rotorcraft External Load Operating Certificate FAR Part #133 #1USL530O.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, heavy lift operations with the Black Hawk helicopter can be more cost-efficient and save on time versus use of a standard ground-crane operation because of the repositioning time and expense, along with the limited boom reach of the ground-crane. The Black Hawk allows us to pick things up from a centralized staging location and put things down very quickly, with the highest commitment to safety and accuracy.
Let the baddest helicopter on the planet and our experience make any heavy lift simple for you.