Our Fleet

Titan’s fleet of helicopters consists of several different airframes that have been specialised to carry out a ‘niche’ service. We are involved in firebombing, heavy-lift construction, logging, salvage operations, resupply missions (SANAE IV Arctic Station), medivac and passenger transport/adventure travel.

This specialisation in a wide range of industries is reflected in our ‘Wide Niche‘ strategy which enables us to cater to the very unique challenges that each of these industries present us with on a near daily basis.

Feel free to explore our fleet below.


Agusta AW139

The AW139 is a new generation intermediate category helicopter capable of carrying up to 15 passengers. In recent times it has become the aircraft of choice in its class for the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry.

Sikorsky S76 A++

The Sikorsky S76A++ is a powerful aircraft, with superior performance and faster speeds while providing clients with a roomy, luxurious interior.

Sikorsky S76 C+

The Sikorsky S76C+ is even a more powerful aircraft, with greater speeds and better avionics.

Sikorsky S76 C

The Sikorsky S-76C is a medium 14-seat twin-engine multi-purpose helicopter produced by the American manufacturer Sikorsky Aircraft. This helicopter type is mostly in operation with civil operators for executive passenger transport (VIP), emergency medical service (EMS), search and rescue operations (SAR) and offshore passenger and material transportation.

Sikorsky S-61 N

The Sikorsky S-61N is an amphibious civil transport version variant of the S-61 series of helicopters. On August7, 1962, the S-61 N made its first flight. Otherwise identical to the S-61L, this version is optimized for overwater operations, particularly oil rig support, by retaining the SH-3’s floats.

Bell 212

The bell 212 helicopter is extremely versatile in mission profile and operational parameters. It can be flown from a hover up to speeds of 120 knots. Standard configurations allows for mission equipment plus equipment operators and one or two pilots. Certified for IFR flights.

Mi-8 MTV

(Western Registered and Crewed)

In contrast to the MI-8T & MI-8P helicopter, the MI-8 MTV is equipped with more powerful TV3117VM engines and a more effective tail rotor – for better directional control. Additional changes have been introduced in a number of systems, aimed at increasing their reliability. Western avionic and radio systems have also been added.

Kamov Ka-32A

The Ka-32A is designed for civil use. THG utilizes these helicopters in fire fighting, and often heavyweight applications when 5 ton capability is required, as well as other support roles if and when required.

Embraer 145

50 Seat Regional Airliner. The Long Range (LR) version of the ERJ145 can carry a full load of passengers up to 1,550nm (2,873km). The Extra Range (XR) version can fly up to 2,000 nm (3,057km).

Convair Freighter/PAX CV-580

The Cv-580 is a conversion from Convair CV-340 of CV-440 aircraft with two Allison 501 D13d/H turboprop engines in place of the piston engines, an enlarged vertical fin and modified horizontal stabilizers. Built for United Airlines, was basically a CV-240 lengthened to hold an additional four seats. The wings were also enlarged for better performance at higher altitudes.

Eurocopter BO-105

The Eurocopter BO-105 Helicopter CBS-5 is a lightweight twin engine 5/6 seater multi role helicopter. The BO-105 has very high performance capability with one engine inoperative.

It’s four-blade, rigid main rotor ensures excellent flight performance, manoeuvrability and total control, even in negative “g” manoeuvres’.