Guidance Aviation successfully using Robinson R66 helicopters for air charters

The Robinson R66 helicopter has one of the lowest operating costs and best safety records in the industry. Guidance Aviation Photo
Guidance Aviation has experienced notable success by using the Robinson R66 turbine helicopter for a variety of helicopter charter operations.
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In both its Arizona and Louisiana locations, Guidance Aviation offers helicopter charter services utilizing the Robinson R66. Applications range from construction deliveries, airport shuttles, executive transportation, scenic tours, pipeline/power line assessment, and external loads.
“The Robinson R66 helicopter has one of the lowest operating costs and best safety records in the industry,” said Cody Cooper, director of flight operations. “Guidance provides exclusive point-to-point transportation in helicopters as well as external load operations and mission-critical projects that require the flexibility and efficiency only a helicopter can afford.”
Equipped with a cargo hook, the turbine-powered R66 becomes an extremely cost effective, helicopter solution for a wide variety of missions.
All Guidance pilots and aircraft meet rigorous safety standards established by the FAA. Guidance Aviation Photo
“We really enjoy providing helicopter services for special occasions. We can do scenic excursions, marriage proposals and even weddings in unusual locations,” said David Roy, director of communications at Guidance Aviation. “We let customers be very creative.”
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Guidance Aviation has flight operations in Prescott, Arizona and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and is Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved under Part 141, 135, and 133. All Guidance pilots and aircraft meet rigorous safety standards established by the FAA. 
Guidance offers flight instruction and commercial helicopter services from construction deliveries to/from isolated locations, airport shuttles, executive transportation, scenic tours, and corporate hospitality events.
Through its collegiate partners, graduates earn their Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS), Aviation Technology – Helicopter Pilot Operations, and the necessary FAA Ratings and Certificates (PPL through CFI-I) to become professional helicopter pilots.

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