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heli3544

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Hello I am currently looking for flight schools to start training, after researching and studying schools and aircraft, I would like to stick with the schwiezers. My question is, does anyone know of schools still operating these machines that will be trust worthy to a new student? Preferably on the west coast. WA,OR,CA,ID. All info greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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Atomic helicopters in Seattle: http://www.atomichelicopters.com/

 

Also Airwork http://www.airworkllc.com/html/washingtonhelicoptertraining.html

 

I know nothing about these flight schools other than that they are in the Seattle area, so I can't comment on them at all.

 

 

Are you planning on just being a private pilot? You mentioned you did some research, but I would just re-iterate that if you plan to be a CFI you should probably train in Robbies.

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Are you planning on just being a private pilot? You mentioned you did some research, but I would just re-iterate that if you plan to be a CFI you should probably train in Robbies.

 

There's nothing wrong with going the S300 route, plenty of schools use them! Besides we don't need any more competition for Robbie jobs!

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Are you planning on just being a private pilot? You mentioned you did some research, but I would just re-iterate that if you plan to be a CFI you should probably train in Robbies.

 

Or go to a large school like Bristow that has a lot of machines and students that use 300's. All of my training was in the 300 and I'm proud to say that I have come this far in my career with only 1 hour in a 22!!

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There's nothing wrong with going the S300 route, plenty of schools use them! Besides we don't need any more competition for Robbie jobs!

 

Or go to a large school like Bristow that has a lot of machines and students that use 300's. All of my training was in the 300 and I'm proud to say that I have come this far in my career with only 1 hour in a 22!!

 

Definitely, I don't mean to say it's impossible, but the way I see it, you don't lose anything by training in Robbies. I personally think it's better to have your SFAR but it all depends on what your plans are.

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Definitely, I don't mean to say it's impossible, but the way I see it, you don't lose anything by training in Robbies. I personally think it's better to have your SFAR but it all depends on what your plans are

 

Agreed!

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