For the design, years ago the engineer sketched a low‑loader with loading ramps that was wide enough to take the largest helicopters with their undercarriage. “The important thing was that loading shouldn’t require a crane,” says Clarkson. He took the sketch to an aviation trade fair. “The interest was overwhelming. We came home with our order books full, and the low‑loader wasn’t even completed,” the contractor reminisces. The first “heli‑shuttle” from Airglaze Aviation, towed by an Actros 1848 with a GigaSpace cab, then started transporting freight all over Europe at the beginning of 2018.