The striking of Covid-19 has caused many companies close their doors. Company employees have lost their only sources of income as travel, manufacturing, transportation of goods have been hit hard. Amid all these uncertainties, there is one helicopter company that claims its revenue has almost doubled what the company recorded in 2018 and 2019 respectively. As if it is shocking news, the Robinson Helicopter head Kurt Robinson has confirmed that Robinson Helicopter’s sales surged even as the world continues to suffer in the presence of Covid-19. While giving the details of the surge in revenue numbers, Kurt said that the company is doing not all it can to ensure it does not harbor the virus.
To ensure the cadets and helicopters are not the breeding ground for the novel coronavirus, Helicopter have issued very strict guidelines that are in line with the health department. For instance, no customer will be served if he or she is not in a proper facemask. Besides, regular washing of hands from the various water points at the company’s headquarters and offices is mandatory. In addition, Helicopter has also announced that keeping the required social distance is mandatory among the helicopter company. When conforming that the company revenue shot at a time nobody expected, Kurt Robinson acknowledged that it is a miracle. “Everybody in the company was prepared for low collection. The only thing we asked our employees was not to panic for this was to pass but nobody knew how long this would last. Thankfully, we all managed to have a positive attitude,” said Robinson Helicopter president Kurt Robinson.
However, it stood out that as many public and international airlines cut short the number of travelers, others sort to use private means. As it were, the charges increased slightly, to cover for the loss that came with the cutting of the number of travelers at an given point. According to Robinson Helicopter president, many of the company clients started to use the 2-seater and the 4-seater helicopters and cadets more than any other time. “We are thrilled by the fact that our clients understand that we are living during difficult moments,” said Kurt.