9-Dec-2013 Source: Colorado Heli-Ops
Colorado Heli-Ops, the state’s largest helicopter flight school, recently celebrated three significant milestones on the same day. On November 19, the school flew its 1,000th helicopter tour – which also happened to be the first tour flight in its new Robinson R66. At the same time, the school celebrated the one-year anniversary of the move into its new, larger facility at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield, Colo.
Coinciding with these three significant milestones, Colorado Heli-Ops is also pleased to announce one of the lowest hourly training rates for an R66 in the United States. For the next few weeks, the introductory price for the helicopter is just $804 per hour, including instruction and fuel (current Heli-Ops pilots in training are eligible for an even lower rate).
“The R66 is a fantastic machine, and we’re excited to give more pilots the chance to experience it,” said Dennis Pierce, Colorado Heli-Ops founder. “If you’ve been wanting to check out the R66 and get a bit of high-altitude time while you’re at it, stop by or give us a call.”