Helicopter Hire per HourHire of helicopters per hour
Interests:uuh? Maybe helicopters in flight? I didn't know you could slip an R&R through an R&R. Rotorhead84', on 06 May 2012 - 22:04, said:
Nosy to know what the average/reasonable rates are for renting a helicopter per hour for various types of work. Hire the boat and controller for 40 hrs and you will probably be paying less per hour than a 4-hour contract. Said a 206 is about 1. 1 million new, so his target is 1,100 per flying hour.
Business that works for: Just keep the bill up. Here is the actual CWN-Flightrate overview..... Utility Baby! I always get a smile out of my face when you think that these helicopter firms are floating in money, when you tell an investor that he could be investing million and making a 1% profit, he would be laughing at you if the room.
Wherever the brave dares, there's a helicopter! Companies that work for: Just keep the accounts up. "Rotormandan," on May 7, 2012 - 04:19, said: Said a 206 is about 1. 1 million new, so his target is 1,100 per flying hour. I got $950 an hour for a $70,000 Hiller... what's the cut?
I' ve seen $650-1200 an hour of jetsrangers. Oceans kinetics are kind of kept a mystery, but it is said to be about $70,000 a month plus $700 or so an hour, plus a petrol supplement for a 407.... On an ad-hoc basis I chartered once in a 407 off shore and for some purpose in my papers the quote was: $8000 per annum plus around $700 per hour plus petrol up.
Paradagm in Texas actually listed their prices on their website: The EC135 is $4,350 per hour, $1,000 per hour for stand-by use. Astar costs $2,550, $750 an hour to maintain. They' re also charging $500 an hour more to go at nights. Modify: $300 per hour for a 300 all of a sudden doesn't seem so terrible!
Published by Helonorth, 07 May 2012 - 13:58. "on May 7, 2012 - 18:59," said: I got $950 an hour for a $70,000 Hiller... what's the percent of it? Published by Rotorhead84, 08 May 2012 - 11:24 am. Utility Baby! Wherever the brave dares, there's a helicopter!
It was 1% per hour, not 1% per year. 1% per hour flying is quite a good yield, especially if it is not uncommon to spend 1000 hours/year, which is about 1000%/year. Naturally, this is the income, not the gain, since one has to take into account the associated expenses above the starting cell rate, such as propellant, servicing, insurance and the minute expenses for the pilot's salaries, among other things.
Published by Gomer Pylot, 07 May 2012 - 18:54. Companies that work for: Just keep the accounts up. Companies that work for: Just keep the accounts up. Rotorhead84', on 08 May 2012 - 18:19, said: