The helicopter fleet of the airline consists of foreign and Russian aircraft, including the world's most loaded Mi-26 helicopters capable of carrying a 20-tonne cargo inside the fuselage and on an external suspension. UTair helicopters carry out work both under commercial contracts and Under UN contracts in all regions of the world - from North America to South Africa and Asia. At the same time, the airline continues to implement the strategy of active expansion of the business to international markets.
The main part of helicopter operations in Russia is carried out by UTair in the northern regions of the country, as well as within the administrative boundaries of the Ural, Siberian, and Far Eastern Federal Districts. The helicopter market in these regions is characterized by a relatively high concentration of enterprises that have the financial capacity to attract aviation for their own needs. The main types of services provided by the airline are the transportation of people and cargoes in the interests of oil and gas producing enterprises in the territory of the Russian Federation.
Among the customers of helicopter operations are such companies as Surgutneftegaz, Gazpromneft, Sibur, Rosneft, Gazprom, Lukoil, TNK-BP, Shell, Ritek, Tyumenenergo , Local administrations of the Khanty-Mansiysk and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Districts and the Tyumen Region, the Center for Catastrophe Medicine of the Khanty-Mansy Autonomous District, the Central Base for Aviation Security Protection of the Forest.