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THE HORNBILL SKYWAYS STORY
Established to meet the growing demands for aviation services in Sarawak, Hornbill Skyways was officially in the skies on 1st March, 1978. The Company operated out of Kuching with one fixed-wing Cessna 421 and two Bell 206B Jet Ranger helicopters.
In the 1980s, increasing growth and expansion saw a restructuring of the company, with the Sarawak Timber Industry Corporation (STIDC) and Sarawak Foundation becoming major stakeholders, raising the Company’s profile exponentially and anchoring the company on track for further growth and expansion.
With its qualified and experienced personnel in various disciplines, Hornbill Skyways has since inception been moving from the twilight to the sunshine, from a narrative to a legend. Capable and diligent professionals provide practical and authoritative expertise, which ensure that the Company maintains premium standards.
Hornbill Skyways maintains its principal operational base at the Kuching International Airport, Sarawak, Malaysia. The Company also maintains a hangar in Miri to serve the northern region of Sarawak.
Hornbill Skyways currently owns a fleet of aircraft which include 2 units of Bell 206 Jet Ranger (B3), 2 unit of Bell 206 Long Ranger (L4), 5 units of EC 135, 1 unit of EC 155, 2 units of Beechcraft 200 (Super King Air), 1 unit of King Air 350i and 1 unit of Executive Jet (Challenger 605).