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Hmmm... pretty subjective question, but I'd say most people would agree $50 per hour is good.

 

Joker

 

That seems a little low. We pay $180 Beta II block or &200 standard. I just checked, and the rates went up....go figure! :)

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What is a good cost per hour of Flight training? (for an R22)

 

 

You have to distinguish between the cost of the instructor vs. the cost of the helicopter. Prices for an R22 range from $180-220 per hour without the CFI, and an additional 30-50 an hour for the CFI. Those are Los Angeles price ranges, double that for Canada from what I hear.

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That seems a little low. We pay $180 Beta II block or &200 standard. I just checked, and the rates went up....go figure! :)

 

Rotor91, I was being slightly sarcastic!

 

'Put little thought into the question, and you'll get little thought in the reply!' - That's my motto.

 

As Goldy states, the original question could have qualified things a bit more.

 

Where in the world is he asking about?

Wet / dry?

Instructor and aircraft or just instructor? If talking about the flight training alone (e.g. just the instructor fee) then $50 is about right. If you want an aircraft too, then its more!

Is 'good' from the point of view of the a) student, B) instructor, c) flight school??? Subjective, eh??

 

'A subjective question will ensure a subjective answer.' - That's my other motto!

 

I have no problem giving my advice and help, but don't I care much for one line questions that appear to be supported by no prior research, and that with a little research are easy to find answers for.

 

Hmmm, am I being too harsh?!!

 

Joker

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Rotor91, I was being slightly sarcastic!

 

'Put little thought into the question, and you'll get little thought in the reply!' - That's my motto.

 

As Goldy states, the original question could have qualified things a bit more.

 

Where in the world is he asking about?

Wet / dry?

Instructor and aircraft or just instructor? If talking about the flight training alone (e.g. just the instructor fee) then $50 is about right. If you want an aircraft too, then its more!

Is 'good' from the point of view of the a) student, B) instructor, c) flight school??? Subjective, eh??

 

'A subjective question will ensure a subjective answer.' - That's my other motto!

 

I have no problem giving my advice and help, but don't I care much for one line questions that appear to be supported by no prior research, and that with a little research are easy to find answers for.

 

Hmmm, am I being too harsh?!!

 

Joker

 

Joker,

OH....I thought maybe you made a typo! My bad!

R91

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