The Robinson R66 Safety Seminar kicked off at Ardmore, New Zealand today. The seminar, which has been organised by NZCAA in partnership with Robinson Helicopters and Skysales Aviation, has been designed to explore and discuss the R66 and R44 helicopter models, their features and how best pilots can operate the aircraft to avert incident.
Today’s event, which is being hosted in Auckland, will move down to picturesque Queenstown on Thursday, where the safety briefing will be hosted by SKYSALES, an Oceania Aviation company, and will again be attended by Robinson’s Chief Pilot, Tim Tucker of Long Beach, California. Tim is well known to the helicopter community and an entertaining speaker and expert commentator on the Robinson Brand. He will provide insights and answer questions concerning the R66 and the direction that Robinson Helicopters are ‘flying’ into the future.
The event will be hosted in Queenstown at the Novotel Hotel on Thursday 6th November.
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