The management of the Capitale Hélicoptère complex confirmed on Thursday afternoon that it is refusing to hold the activities of the event. Regarding the future of the building, the company is evaluating the possibilities, but confirms that no decision has been taken on this subject yet.
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In a press release sent to the media, company management emphasized that it was a decision that was “maturely considered in connection with the reduced volume of events since the pandemic.”
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“With regard to the indication regarding the sale of the building, the complex is evaluating its possibilities but no decision has been taken on this matter yet,” we can read in the press release.
“The Capitale Hélicoptère complex maintains all its other operations, ie all activities related to the Resto-Bar Le Commandant, the Capitale Hélicoptère flight school, the Capitale Hélicoptère maintenance center and GoHelico.”
Complexe Capitale Hélicoptère belongs to the Huot group.
At the end of February, Groupe Huot suspended most construction sites in Quebec City, led by its Millénum Construction division, pending the implementation of a new management structure to ensure projects resume.
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