Terms & Conditions

This website is the official site of Heli Air Services JSC within the meaning of Art. 10, para. 3 of the Law on Electronic Governance. When using this page, please take into account the following:

Content posted on the webpage

The content of the information resources available on this site is in accordance with the legislation requirements of the Republic of Bulgaria. If you find any discrepancies, irrelevance, inaccuracy or illegality of the published information, please let us know using the contact form. The legal information provided in the site is not a legal advice and is provided for information purposes only. Any harm resulted from legal or factual action taken solely on the basis of the information available on this website is entirely at the expense of the person who had undertaken the action.

Responsibility for third-party content

Heli Air Services JSC is not responsible for the conformity with law, the completeness, accuracy and topicality of the content of the information resources of third parties through which electronic references from this web page may point, and the company is not responsible for the conformity with law of these persons as well. If you determine cases of electronic references to information resources with outdated, incorrect or incomplete content, or to information resources whose content is contrary to applicable law, please let us know immediately. 


The software which ensures the functioning of this web page, its design, including all published information, as long as they do not constitute public information, they are subject to copyright. No part of the objects of protection may be reproduces, translated, altered or used in any way without the prior written consent of Heli Air Services JSC.

Personal Details

Personal data is collected through this website and processed by Heli Air Services JSC only for the purposes of providing electronic administrative services in strict compliance with the requirements of the Law on Electronic Management and the Law on Personal Data Protection. The collection and processing of personal data for other purposes is carried out voluntarily and only with the explicit consent of the data providers in compliance with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act.