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Whenever he has the chance, Niclas Herle gives talks in schools and other institutions about helicopters and aviation. He helps educate and inform people about the many important points about helicopters. But as a personal mission, he has also committed to encouraging and hopefully convincing young people everywhere to consider a career as a helicopter pilot.

Below are some of the reasons helicopter pilots lead quite a fulfilling life.

Helicopter pilots get to live the age-old dream of flight.

One of the main appeals of being a pilot of any aircraft is tied to man’s age-old dream of flight. And…


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Heli Aviation is a flight training and utility helicopter company founded by a long-time helicopter pilot and business visionary Niclas Herle. Throughout the last decade, Niclas Herle and Heli Aviation have provided some of the most significant helicopter services in the U.S.

A huge part of Heli Aviation’s success lies with its many amazing features and services. Arguably, one of the most innovative of these features and services is the patented “Helisaws.” Niclas Herle invented the Helisaws to trim trees around power lines, trees that may be too tall in areas that may be too dangerous for ordinary tree-trimmers.

Beyond…


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Niclas Herle is proud to part of the aviation industry as one of the figures at the forefront of the helicopter section. He is a pilot and a businessman and has helped many people through the use of his wondrous flying machines.

For this blog, Niclas lists down some of the roles helicopters play in modern society.

1. Medical Transport

Arguably, the most crucial role of helicopters is medical transport, bringing responders, medical professionals, patients, and even transplant organs to where they need to be, at half the time.

2. Nature Recon and Transport

One of the more fascinating roles…


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Niclas Herle is a professional in the aviation industry who clearly knows what he is talking about. In a storied career that has clocked in so many hours of flying and years of experience, he has encountered many examples of helicopter failure. In this blog post, he shares some common causes of this.

Pilot error: The truth about most in-flight chopper failures is that errors are made by pilots. Many such cases point to a lack of knowledge on the part of the pilot. Manning a chopper without knowing its operational limitations will likely end in disaster. …


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Niclas Herle is all about helicopters. He believes in these wonderful machines so much so that he has taken it upon himself to convince people to learn how to pilot one.

In line with his passion, Niclas Herle has written and released a series of blogs about his passion for all things helicopters and aviation. For today, he looks at the basic mechanics of how a helicopter works.

Thanks to Igor Sikorsky, the father of the modern helicopter, man can take to the skies without the need for a runway. And while airplanes are still the kings of the sky…


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Niclas Herle has quite a list of accomplishments, which stretches all the way back to his years in Germany. Born in 1990, he founded his first company when he was just a teenager. The Herle Funkservice GmbH was established in 2005 by Herle with the aim of providing affordable radio communications for private companies and government agencies. He successfully sold the company in 2011.

Niclas Herle was also part of the German Red Cross as a Battalion Chief for a local unit, a post which he served for a decade. He obtained his EASA pilot licenses at the young age…

Niclas Herle

Born and raised in Baden-Baden, a city located in the Black Forest, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Niclas Herle has always seen the necessity of radio communicati

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