In 1969 by co-owners Dan Hawkins and Gene Powers. Hawkins & Powers (H&P) Aviation evolved from Chrysler-Avery Aviation, a company specializing in aerial firefighting and agriculture spraying since 1958.
A pioneer in aerial firefighting techniques and training with over 40 years experience in the business, H&P has developed into a world leader in computer controlled aerial retardant application systems and aerial firefighting expertise. H&P designs and engineers all modifications to H&P aircraft. The company performs extensive research and development in the field of aerial firefighting equipment, which has resulted in superior aerial firefighting platforms and applications systems. H&P holds a number of FAA certificates and several supplemental type certificates. H&P is experienced with hazardous materials and has a FAA Certificated HAZMAT program.
Alaska, Australia, Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Minnesota, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, Montana, Utah, Tennessee, North Carolina, Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, California, Oklahoma, Texas, and South Dakota.
Fixed Wing: Four PB-4Y-2s, 14 P-2Vs, six C-130As, six C-97s and one P-2T
Helicopters: Two Bell UH-2Bs, two Bell 206L3s, two Bell 206 BIIIs, two Hughes 500Ds, and two Hiller 12Es
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H&P is an equal opportunity employer that recruits highly qualified individuals. Interested parties may either mail or e-mail resumes to the addresses shown.
In 1996, H&P air tanker crews logged more than 4000 flight hours while performing aerial firefighting missions.
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