From inception, Qwest Helicopters has focused its efforts on safety and establishing long-term relationships with their customers. By understanding our customers' needs we can work with them to increase efficiency, reduce costs and build on safety! We are ready to serve you any time; we are on call 24/7. Contact us to make arrangements.
This approach has allowed us very strong growth from a modest beginning in 2002 with two helicopters to a well-established fleet of 16 aircraft today.
A flight with Qwest Helicopters is a unique level of service and experience for new customers and established ones alike. Contact us today and “let us take you where you want to be.”
Zvonko Dancevic (Zonk) started his aviation career in 1990 with Okanagan Helicopters as an engineer, later getting his pilot’s license and working as a pilot and engineer with Northern Mountain Helicopters, and Talon Helicopters before joining forces with Cam to form Qwest Helicopters.
Zonk has a total of 13,000 hours flying helicopters, and is married with two children.
After high school in 1974 he started his career as an apprentice engineer in the Yukon, after which he continued his apprenticeship working for The Copter Shop, Quasar Aviation and Tundra Helicopters.
In 1977, with his fresh engineering license in hand he went to work for Delta Helicopters of High Level as their maintenance engineer. From there he did his flight training with Agro Copters in Springbank, Alberta.
His flying career got started with Buffalo Airways in Fort Smith, NWT where he worked from 1978 until 1983 flying and maintaining several different types of helicopters and also acquiring his Flight Instructors License.
Laid off due to downturn in the industry Cam and Ramona moved to Vancouver where Cam worked as an engineer and Flight Instructor for North Delta Copters. With a short stint supporting heli logging operations out of Squamish he secured a job with Okanagan Helicopters which moved him and his family to Fort Nelson, BC in January of 1985.
Cam ran the base in Fort Nelson for Okanagan/Canadian Helicopters for 18 years when he left them to start Qwest Helicopters with his partner Zonk in 2002.
Cam has logged over 20,000 safe flight hours during his career and managed and mentored many engineers and pilots throughout his 40 year career in the helicopter industry.
Cam is married to wife Ramona and they have three children, Michelle, Brittany and Marcus.
Dominic Leduc began his career in 2000 as an aircraft maintenance engineer maintaining commercial helicopters in Western Canada. In 2003, Dominic took an opportunity in Malaysia to help create a new Eurocopter subsidiary. He played an integral role developing Eurocopter Malaysia, first as lead engineer and later as Program Manager responsible for Helicopter Overhaul and New Helicopter Completions.
After 5 years working for Eurocopter and attaining experience on the complete range of helicopters the manufacturer offers, Dominic spent a year working independently, performing aircraft evaluations and providing technical assistance to various helicopter service providers in South East Asia. In 2009, Dominic returned to Canada and in 2010 joined the team at Qwest Helicopters where he played a key role in introducing the AS365 Dauphin to the Canadian market.