Intro Flights


 

Introductory Helicopter Flight Training Lesson at Cape Girardeau

 

Take an Introductory Helicopter Flight Training Lesson. Actually fly the Helicopter yourself, for as low as $199. (gift certificates are available too, call us)

You’ve probably always dreamed of learning to fly helicopters! Well here is your chance. We guarantee that learning to fly helicopters will be one of the most exciting, challenging, and rewarding accomplishments of your life.

You don’t need any flying experience to begin helicopter training and get your helicopter pilot’s license. And a pilot’s license never expires …it’s good for a lifetime!!

Helicopter pilots belong to one of the most exclusive clubs in the world. Only 5% of all pilots are helicopter pilots. You too can join this select group of aviators!

What’s your first step?

Call us at 573-270-5388 (or) 573-334-0540 to schedule an initial training lesson in the helicopter as soon as you can.

Your introductory flight lesson is only $199 in the two-seat Robinson R22 Beta II Helicopter, or $299 in the four-seat Robinson R44 Raven I Helicopter.

The lesson consists of a “pre-flight” check of the helicopter, an explanation of why and how a helicopter flies, AND one hour of actual HANDS ON FLIGHT TIME in the helicopter.

You may “log” this first flight in your logbook as your very first helicopter training flight. The flight time “counts” as your first flight lesson towards your Private Pilot Certificate.

You will actually fly the helicopter together with an instructor pilot who will not only demonstrate different types of take-offs and landings, but let you “take the controls” and experience the magic of “hovering” the helicopter as well as flying it at higher speeds. There is no high pressure or obligation of any kind. We guarantee that your flight will be a “once-in-a-lifetime” experience.

Cape Copters
Cape Girardeau Municipal Airport
Mailing address- 2701 Janet Drive
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
Office:  (573) 334-0540
Cell:  (573) 270-5388
capecopters@yahoo.com
PAUL SALMON, CFII
Chief Flight instructor