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  1. Two flights up for grabs. IFR R-44 with CFII included in $375.00/hr. rate. Each trip roughly 12 hours. Flight 1: KDLH (Duluth, MN) to KNEW (New Orleans, LA) happening roughly mid October during the week. Flight 2: KNEW to KDLH happening roughly mid November during the week. Ship well equipped with Aspen and 430WAAS. Flight usually around 12 hours total and 2 days. $375/hr. Instrument Instructor Included. You would be responsible for your personal costs to arrive to and/or depart from each location, your hotel room, and your food expenses during the trip. Minneapolis, MN is affordable to fly into and a shuttle drives from there to Duluth for about $75.00 There are also direct flights into Duluth, MN. Pre payment of 80% estimated flight costs required prior to departure. Remaining balance will be due immediately upon completion.
  2. We are currently running a discount rate for our R44 this summer out of San Carlos, CA. This is not a ferry flight. There is no minimum purchase. We are offering time in our R44 RI $395/hr wet. Instructor rate not included as it varies. Time purchased is YOUR time and we will spend it working on whatever it is you need. Opportunities include: Private and Commercial Instruction Instrument Instruction R44 transition and experience to meet various SFAR 73 requirements Recognized 'Mountainous Terrain' time Cross Country and Night experience Class B experience A chance to fly in the beautiful and entertaining S.F. Bay Area!!! We are a flight school located 9NM south of San Francisco International Airport. We also have R22s and an FAA approved flight simulator available. If you're interested please give us a call or check out our website. Our instructors will be happy to plan a course of action tailored to your needs so that you get the most out of your time. San Carlos Flight Center 655 Skyway Road Suite 215 San Carlos, CA 94070 (650) 946-1700 info@sancarlosflight.com
  3. To those interested, We are offering an opportunity to build approximately 10 hours as PIC in a 2013 Robinson R44 at $250 an hour. Must at least have a Private Rotorcraft certificate. You will be accompanied by our Chief Pilot. Leaving from Santa Barbara airport JUNE 17TH. Contact us if your interested. info@nancohelicopters.com (805) 705-4429 Respectfully, Nanco Helicopters
  4. Will be positioning a Bell 407 from Tennessee to Idaho in late June. Terrific opportunity to build valuable turbine/cross country/mountain time inexpensively! Approximately 10 - 15 hours of flight time. Cost is $400 per hour. Aircraft will be returning late September for second opportunity. For more information call (804) 226-3400.
  5. Robinson R-44 Ferry Flight From California to Florida Have you ever flow from one side of the country to the other? Tired of flying the traffic pattern and want to get some time seeing new and different areas of our beautiful country? In the beginning of April we will be ferrying a brand new R-44 from the Robinson factory to Sarasota, Florida. You will do most of the flying. The trip will take 22-25 hours of flight time and about three or four days. If you are interested give us a call at 9413551259
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