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At Helisim Group, we care about the environment.

Just a few of the ways we take action to support a better world for future generations:

  • Our business model

  • Purchasing policy

  • Recycling

  • Everyday actions


Our Business Model


Every hour spent training in a Helisim simulator rather than a real aircraft saves hundreds of kilograms of jet fuel from being combusted, preventing hundreds to thousands of kilograms of Carbon dioxide (CO2) from being emitted into the atmoshphere. 

In addition, all of the simulators at our location, the newest of which is fully electric with minimal power consumption, are powered through clean/renewable electricity sources. 

When possible , we opt for sustainable products and services to support our business. 


As just one example, our Amazon business account is registered for the Climate Pledge Friendly program which offers sustainable products over other alternatives when possible.


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Purchasing Policy


Corbeille de recyclage

We are proud to recycle most of the waste produced at our site, as we acknowledge the planet does not have unlimited resources!

We believe the small actions that we each take every day can have a BIG impact on the environment.  


Automatic lights to conserve energy and filtered water/reusable cups to reduce waste are just a couple examples of the little things we do each day that have a significant, positive impact throughout the year.

Everyday Actions

Planète en plastique

Since the beginning of Helisim, and thanks to its flight simulators, here is the equivalent in Tons, kilograms and grams of carbon dioxide that has not been released into the atmosphere.

This figure increases by 18.07 grams each second :

The training solutions we offer with flight simulators provide pilots with the safety/training benefits of real flight, but without the negative side effects on the environment.


In this way we avoid carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides emissions due to fuel consumption. 


From the creation of Helisim and thanks to our more 11,000 hours of simulated flights per year, we have avoided releasing more than 8,800 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.

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