We do not just make windsocks and lights. We also have a variety of markers, signs, wheel chocks as well as some small equipment. You can not go without on a helideck, heliport or airport.
The marking and/or lighting of obstacles are intended to reduce hazards. To aircraft by indicating the presence of obstacles such as buildings.
Landing the aircraft.
But before a helicopter can be repaired or get passengers on or off, it needs to land. But then it might be important to know where they are not allowed to land. Places like that need to be marked with a prohibited landing marker. And the obstructions that are low to the ground and moving such as cars that are nearby should be marked with an obstruction flag for vehicles.
Parking your plane
Then you have landed your airp[lane safe on the ground. But what then. You need to go to your parking spot and you do not know exactly how to get there. The Holland Aviation marshaling bats can help with that problem. The Holland Aviation Marshalling bats also come with a simple guide on the best-known marshaling signals.
Keep your plane in place.
You can not fly on an aircraft forever. There are moments a plane or helicopter needs to land and stay on the ground for new passengers or for repair. During these moments the last thing you want is for the aircraft to move. The best way to keep it in place is with the Holland Aviation wheel chocks. To help you pick the right wheel chock we have a visual guide