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Great stuff Spartan!


Don't sweat the learning curve, it's really more of a learning staircase. You'll advance in massive leaps only to have one aspect bring you to a halt for days or even weeks untill you get it right. Just keep your cool when you "hit a wall" and dont stress yourself out over it.

And don't forget it's not you vs the machine here... it's you vs yourself and the helicopter is the referee! ;)

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what's the hourly rate for the 300 in your neck of the woods, my discovery flight will cost $250.00US for 1 hour $275.00 regular.



Looking at BC Helicopters web site: CDN $425/hr ~ US $350/hr :shock: At another western school R22's @ CDN $440/hr ~ US $360/hr. Price for a R22 in the US ~ $185/hr.


For some reason Canadian piston helicopter prices are significantly higher than US, turbine prices are usually lower. Why? That's probably a topic for another thread. :huh:


edit: doh! Jay Flight beat me to it! :D

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