Voler Aviation Services based at Cotswold Airport are expanding their training fleet with the addition of an R22 Beta II. This will bring their training fleet to four aircraft, two Cabri G2s, one R22 and one R44 Raven II.
The R22 remains an extremely popular training aircraft due to it’s affordable pricing, reliability and widespread availability. It also makes stepping up to the R44 that much easier for those who wish to move onto a 4 seater aircraft once gaining their licence.
The addition of the R22 is well timed to complement their new Head of Training Tamzin Evans who has over 4000 instructional hours the majority of which are in Robinson helicopters.
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