GUIMBAL CABRI G2
Designed specifically for training, by French engineer Bruno Guimbal, the G2 is a great alternative to the Robinson series. We’re excited to be the first company in Victoria to fly this machine and now have three G2's in our fleet. A composite fuselage, fully articulated rotor head with three composite fibreglass blades, and a Fenestron are among the many safety features this newly engineered helicopter has to offer. The G2 brushes gusting winds of up to 40 knots off its shoulder and doesn’t mind a little rain when it washes through, making it a flexible training machine. A glass cockpit aids students in accuracy and the kevlar fuel tank is literally bullet proof, what more can we say?
ROBINSON 44 (R44)
The Robinson 44 is one of the most widely used helicopters in Australia for commercial purposes. Students training with us typically complete an endorsement on the R44 as part of their commercial training. This significantly aids students in seeking employment following the completion of their licence, as it is likely the first helicopter they will fly moving into their career. In addition to training, we use our R44's for scenic flights, winery tours and aerial photography around Melbourne. All seats in the R44 are window seats making it a perfect machine for touring. We currently have 2 R44's in our fleet.
ROBINSON 66 (R66)
A powerful 5-seat turbine-engine helicopter with plenty of leg room on offer. With air conditioning and a smooth running engine, the R66 is perfectly suited to long, luxurious flights around Victoria. It's the ideal helicopter for any adventure from winery tours, charter flights, to an extra special wedding transport. The R66 can comfortably seat up to 4 passengers plus the pilot. Our flight school also employs the R66 for turbine endorsements.