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Hello you beautiful people I am looking for a suiting flight school for myself. YES- i did research before. But unfortunately in my case its not that easy. I´m half German, Half Austrian, currently in Australia and can't wait to finally sit in a helicopter! Have you recently heard any reliable reviews about Hillsboro Aero Academy in Oregon and the EASA/FAA Program? Unfortunately I can only find reviews about the Airplane sector which is (hopefully) not connected to the Helicopter one. Especially because those reviews are horrendous. Are there eventually other schools in the States which provide international students with an F-1 (F1) Visa and an additional EASA license option? Its really hard to get some proper informations about this. Maybe there are some people in this forum who can drop their experience-reports as an international student in the USA no matter if F1 or M1 Visa. Thank you in advance!
Robinson R66 flight training being offered for $660/hr dual for the next four weeks only. This isn't a offer of paying to fly along on a commercial job - it's a discounted rate on helicopter training. You'll fly with one of our CFIs and practice the maneuvers you want to work on. The helicopter lives in McMinnville, Oregon at Jerry Trimble Helicopters. We're an hour outside of Portland, and have student housing a couple miles from the airport. You can find more information about the aircraft at our website. If you have more questions, give us a shout at the number below or come down to the airport and check it out! http://www.jerrytrimblehelicopters.com/robinson-r-66/ (503) 577-6371
Hi guys, We are currently offering a great deal on R44 timebuilding in Oregon. Our R44 hits the 12 year mark in 2017 and we still have quite some time left on it. Our current (spring 2015) timebuilding rate is $280/hour. This includes fuel and a safety pilot! Room and board available as well. For more information: Konect Aviation Phone: 503-376-0190 http://www.konect-aviation.com
Hey folks, new member here. I am a Private Helicopter Pilot currently working towards Instrument, commercial, and CFI. I'm interested in the possibilities of working as a ENG pilot but am struggling finding information via google. Anyone out there currently or previously worked in this field? I have quite a few questions and would love to do an informal interview type question and answer session with you either via the forum or PM. Thanks for the help.