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  1. LIMITED OPENINGS LEFT! CALL TODAY! It’s time to step outside the world of planned flight patterns, and mind-numbing procedures. Whether you’re building flight time towards the requirements of your next certificate, or preparing for a helicopter pilot position, this is the ideal opportunity to gain flight hours quickly, and cost effectively. Challenge your ability to navigate difficult terrain, by joining our team during contracted flights, between June 25 and July 22, 2016. Choose between the BELL 206 L-3 and ROBINSON R44, and decide how much time you need to meet your standards and personal goals. This unique experience will mature you as a pilot, and instill real life situational awareness, and decision making skills. These hours are a shared cost between the student, and contracting contracting company of this mission. Candidates will work with our pilots during a seasonal mission, learning unique flying techniques under real world pressures and expectations. Take advantage of this limited opportunity to purchase flight time rich in real-world experience, at well below market prices. It’s about time your log books had hours’ worth more than a signature - let’s do this! Bell 206 L-3 $ 450 /hr. (Usually $ 1,450) Robinson R44 $ 295 /hr. (Usually $ 490) AVAILABLE DATES: Bell 206L: 06/25 to 07/04 07/13 to 07/22 R44 II: 06/25 to 07/04 07/07 to 07/22 NOTE: Minimum booking is 6 hrs per day. If flight time exceeds 6 hrs, candidate will receive those additional hours at NO COST. All interested students will be fully briefed in the expectations, and protocols during this mission, prior to reserving their flight time blocks. *Available dates valid as of April 20, 2016. Contact Heli Aviation at (941) 355-1525 or info@heliaf.com Visit: www.heliaf.com
  2. Looking to lease an R44 helicopter as soon as possible and can offer 300 plus flight hours in 3 months. Looking for a dry lease. If you know anyone interested please let me know. Or if you have any suggestions they will be greatly appreciated!
  3. Persons wanted to pay for a ferry flight from CA to FL. Great PIC and X/C time building opportunity on a Robinson R44 ferry flight from California to Florida (SRQ) within the next couple of days (flexible timing around October 25, 2015) on a two to three day trip with approx. 25hrs actual flight time at $290 p./hr. (Hotel expenses included). You will meet Tim, our company pilot in San Francisco and then pick-up the aircraft to be ferried. Please contact Nick for further details: (941) 355-1525 niclas@heliaf.com
  4. Hello, Looking for a source for swivel hooks for the cargo end of a 100 foot line for a Robinson R44. I am new to the Robinson R44, but I am used to using a swivel hook at the end of the line when longlining. Often lifting unusual loads that have a tendency to twist so a swivel is important. This thing is for personal chores so I don't want to spend thousands of dollars on remote hooks and such. Hopefully someone will have a lead on where to pick up simple swivels good enough for 800 pounds. Thanks much.
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