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Finest Fleet


The operator’s executive fleet of 16 helicopters includes four AgustaWestland (now Leonardo) A-109E Powers and A-109S Grand, as well as the larger Sikorsky S-76B powered by twin turboshaft PT6 engines. The 109s are equipped to transport four passengers in comfort, while the S-76B carries six. All helicopters feature the fastest airspeeds in the industry, with the ability to maintain over 140 knots, and each have retractable landing gear, fine leather interiors, and noise canceling headsets with Bluetooth connectivity.


Helinet Aviation has not only invested heavily in its fleet, but it also pays for the highest quality pilots, training, and management, while providing complete customer service. For example, the company realizes its clients may need to change a flight time at a moment’s notice, so Helinet Aviation has the systems in place to allow for such flexibility. All of this makes them a force within the helicopter charter industry.


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FRASCA provides helicopter simulation products for a wide range of rotary wing aircraft including the EC135, Bell 206/407/212/412, R44, AS350/H125, and others. New technology including our SimAssist™ and Motion Cueing System add to the value and realism you want and need in a flight training device.


Contact us to find out how a FRASCA simulator can optimize your flight training program.


217.344.9200 info@frasca.com www.frasca.com


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