Check in opens 90 mins (1.5 hour) prior to flight departure time. Passengers must be a the CHO Heliport at least 60 mins prior to flight departure.
You will need to have a minimum of one piece of Government issued I.D (Drivers License, Passport, Resident Card).
Each Operator has their baggage restrictions:
- Encana passengers will be entitled to travel with a maximum of 2 bags, these bags must not exceed 25lbs per piece. Passenger will have a 40 lbs combined weight limit for baggage
- ExxonMobil passengers are recommended to travel with a maximum of 2 bags, not exceeding 25 lbs per piece. Exceptions do apply based on Operational requirements.
- BP passengers are recommended to travel with a maximum of 2 bags, not exceeding 22 lbs per piece, 1 bag as a priority, and one as a secondary.
Electronic Cigarettes are not permitted to be carried on Canadian Helicopters flights. These restricted items should be left at home or in a passengers vehicle. There is no storage capabilities for passenger items at the Canadian Helicopters Heliport.
You must declare all medications at “Check In”, this includes all prescribed and over the counter medications, as well as vitamins, protein powder, shakes, etc. These will be transported offshore and delivered directly to the medic where they can be retrieve upon arrival on the installation. Medications, and protein/vitamins, should be in the original, sealed packaging. Opened liquid medication, mouthwash, or protein that does not have the original manufactures seal, will not be permitted to travel.
You must comply with your Company’s “Facial Hair” policy.
Zero Tolerance for Alcohol and Drugs—Should a passenger appear to be, or suspect to be inhibited by the effect of alcohol or drugs, they will not be permitted to board the helicopter. Outlining policies of the Oil Operators D&A policy will be put into effect.