Safety is our absolute number one priority, and our choice of aircraft reflects that. We currently operate Schweizer 300, Bell 206 JetRanger and Robinson R44 aircraft. All of these aircraft have excellent safety records and reliability. Our aircraft are maintained to the highest standards and our pilots are experienced both commercially and as flight instructors. Initial training is usually conducted in the S300 and R44 with advanced training and most commercial operations conducted in Bell 206.
The Schweizer 300 piston powered helicopter series draws its legacy from the 269 series. The 269 series helicopter was originally designed with four major objectives in mind: performance, versatility, safety and cost effectiveness. Since its inception, the product has been continuously improved with new technology and design innovation. Now, more than 50 years and more than 3,700 helicopters later, the S300 series helicopters are regarded among the world's finest piston-powered helicopters. The S300CB is a two seat, piston helicopter with a three-bladed fully articulated rotor system providing a stable platform for many operations including flight training and aerial photography and survey.
The Bell 206 JetRanger is a turbine powered helicopter, featuring a high-inertia, two-bladed rotor system, with a proven track record of safety and reliability. The Bell 206 JetRanger can hold up to four passengers comfortably and can be configured easily for corporate transfer, flight training and aerial photography. It can also be outfitted with STC approved equipment using existing external mounting points for special operations such as Infrared Patrols or external load.
The Robinson R44 is a four-seat light helicopter produced by the Robinson Helicopter Company since 1992. Based on the company's two-place Robinson R22, the R44 features hydraulically assisted flight controls. The R44 is a single-engined helicopter with a semi-rigid two-bladed main rotor and a two-bladed tail rotor and a skid landing gear. It provides a great platform for aerial photography, training and sightseeing.