Who makes Robinson R44?
Robinson Helicopter Company
Who owns Robinson helicopter?
Frank D. Robinson
The Robinson Helicopter Company, based at Zamperini Field in Torrance, California, is a manufacturer of civil helicopters….Robinson Helicopter Company.
|Founder||Frank D. Robinson|
|Headquarters||Torrance, California , US|
|Key people||Kurt Robinson, President and Chairman|
Are Robinson R44 safe?
Nobody knows exactly how many deaths there have been worldwide, although it has been reported that there have been 313 Robinson R44 crashes, resulting in 176 deaths. The cause of the crash was unknown in nearly 60 per cent of the cases.
How much does a Robinson R44 Cadet cost?
Buy Helicopter Experiences. Robinson Helicopter Company have just announced their intention to introduce the new 2 seat version of the Robinson R44, to be named the Robinson R44 Cadet. This will be a lighter and more efficient version of one of the most popular helicopters in the world today. Prices start from $339,000.
What’s the maximum altitude of a Robinson cadet?
Robinson R44 Cadet Versatility. The Robinson R44 Cadet will have 2 front seats with the original R44 rear seats having been removed, providing plenty of space for cargo in the rear of the helicopter. The R44 Cadet is anticipated to have 300nm maximum range and a maximum operating altitude of 14000 ft.
Are there any Robinson R44 Cadet helicopters in NZ?
In Stock – Ready To Fly Away! (Heliflite NZ, Auckland). The two-seat R44 Cadet is a versatile helicopter ideally suited for flight schools and operators that want the economy of a small helicop…See More Details Additional Equipment: Leather Seats, Metalised Upper Sheave, Wind Deflectors (fwd. doors).
What kind of aircraft is the Robinson R44?
The Robinson R44 is operated by many private individuals, companies, and flying clubs. The aircraft is a single engine helicopter with a semi-rigid, two-bladed main rotor and a two-bladed tail rotor. The R44 also features skid landing gear. The helicopter has an enclosed cabin with two rows of side by side seating for a pilot and three passengers.