Marcus Burr


Marcus Burr is a third-generation helicopter company operator. He has been with Mountain West Helicopters his whole life and has seen it grow from its inception in 1995 to the reputable company it is today. In 2016, Marcus graduated from Utah Valley University with a bachelor’s degree in business management and finance. He also holds a private pilot certificate and flies fixed-wing aircraft. Marcus’ father, Bryan Burr, was the founder of Mountain West Helicopters. When Bryan passed away in 2017, the company needed a leader. With his vision for the future, Marcus assumed the role of president and has continued to successfully run the day-to-day operations of the business.


Neal Jenson

Chief Pilot

Neal has worked with our company since 2013. He is an experienced pilot in all three of the aircraft that are operated by Mountain West Helicopters. As a certified flight instructor (CFI and CFII), Neal oversees all our pilot training. He is also our company’s check airman. Neal’s skill with a longline and his finesse in the cockpit are very impressive and second to none.


Brock Wilson

Director of Operations

Brock has worked with Mountain West Helicopters since 2012, when he was recruited to be the part 135 director of operations. Brock started flying helicopters in 2006, when he attended flight school at Utah Helicopter. After he obtained his pilot certificate, Brock spent the next year instructing students in a helicopter. Then he went to the Gulf to fly offshore and gain more experience as a pilot. Brock also worked as an EMS pilot for several years, where he learned to manage a flight crew and operate under pressure. Brock was instrumental in helping Mountain West Helicopters to obtain a part 135 operating certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration. Brock currently flies our H125 and Bell UH-1H.


Andrew Longhurst

Director of Maintenance

Andrew has worked with Mountain West Helicopters since 2017. Prior to joining our team, Andrew served as a maintenance manager and inspector for Helicopter Services of Utah. In that role, Andrew learned how to supervise personnel and ensure that aircraft are being properly maintained to meet all requisite safety standards. Andrew is meticulous in his work, and he possesses a keen attention to detail. He oversees all maintenance at Mountain West Helicopters and supports our team in the field.


If you have any further questions about our team members, call 801-216-4001 today, and we will be happy to assist you.