This helicopter was constructed at AgustaWestland’s Vergiate plant near Milan, Italy, back in 2009. It was delivered to the Swiss company Eliarco Ets in February the same year, and came to be used for VIP purposes for several years to come.HB-ZKH
was sold to Sweden in December 2016. It was purchased by Svenskt Industriflyg AB, a business jet operator stationed at Bromma Airport in Stockholm. The helicopter obtained its Swedish registration, SE-JTA
, on 14 December, and was flown to Sweden from Lodrino, Switzerland, a few days later.SE-JTA
is a low-hour luxuriously equipped light twin-engine helicopter. Some of the VIP features include a 5-place soundproofing Paulstra VIP interior, passive vibration absorber and air conditioning.
The aircraft was operated non-commercially by Industriflyg for a bit more than a year before it entered the fleet of Jämtlands Flyg for commercial purposes. Jämtlands Flyg has its main base in Östersund, but the helicopter is stationed in Stockholm.