Best Helicopter

The Best Helicopter Charter Service in the Philippines

The leading, most established and experienced provider of VIP helicopters for hire, private helicopter for rental, air ambulance / medevac and many more air charter services in the Philippines is Airgurus Ltd. Co. This aircraft charter company is based in Manila and has a 24/7 operations center in Delta Air Hangar, General Aviation Area, Manila Domestic Airport Road.


Access to Airgurus' fleet consists of both single and twin engine helicopters ranging from cost effective 3 passenger helicopters up to twin engine VIP jet helicopters carrying 7 passengers. Chartering a helicopter is positioned across Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

Best Helicopters in the World

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Apache Ah-64 4 Channel Remote Control Helicopter- High Power Feral Beast Version
The Apache Helicopter

The Apache Helicopter is the most advanced, versatile, deployable, and maintainable multi-role combat helicopter in the world, and now you can be the pilot. This 4 channel RC Apache Helicopter, gives you complete control of its flight. Full function remote controlled forward, backward, up, down, left and right. It flies over 30m high. 4 channel radio control duel propeller system and stable hover. It also features a revolutionary co-axial rotor technology and an 850mAh Li-Po rechargeable battery. It can fly up to 10 minute flight times with flight range of 120 . Factory assembled ready to fly.

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The biggest helicopter in the world



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UH 1H Helicopter

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Chinook Helicopter

The Twister Chinook/Skylift is the world’s first RTF tandem rotor semi-scale RC helicopter!

The Chinook/Skylift is designed to give absolute newcomers and sport pilots the ultimate thrill in RC model helicopter flight!

Up until now, tandem rotor helis were considered hugely expensive and difficult to fly—strictly for experts only. Not any more!

Amazingly, we've found the Twister Chinook/Skylift is EASIER to hover than normal helicopters—even the incredibly stable Twister Hawk!

Two coaxial rotor systems working together has to be flown to be believed!

Like the other Twister coaxials, the Chinook/Skylift is Crash- Ready and chock-full of features that make it impressively tough and a dream to own and operate too. You get MOPS, LBW, spare parts, simulator lead (to use with any free downloadable simulator), deluxe transmitter and more.


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MI-24 HIND RUSSIAN HELICOPTER


Mil has successfully designed many large helicopters like the Hind, including the massive V-12 "Homer"

Kazan Ansat 2RC  (click here to open a new window with this photo in computer wallpaper format)




















In the absence of flying displays by Mil helicopters, the performances of various models of Kamov helicopters stole the show.

Although MAKS 2005 was a disappointment in terms of what might have been on offer, it was probably the best display of rotary aircraft held at any air display in the world during 2005. There was certainly a greater variety of helicopters than in comparable displays such as the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) display held each year at the Miramar airshow in California.

The Kamov bureau was allocated an extended display slot during which it displayed most of the helicopter types which it had brought to the show, both military and civilian. It was impressive to see them make their entrance together, with aircraft like this Ka-31 "Helix" in very loose formation with a Ka-226 and several other types.

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MG 520 Helicopter

used by Philippine Air Force


Apache Helicopter

Apache Helicopter And Mangusta Helicopter


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apache helicopter

apache helicopter

apache helicopter

apache helicopter

apache helicopter

Agusta A129 Mangusta helicopter

Agusta A129 Mangusta helicopter

Agusta A129 Mangusta helicopter

Agusta A129 Mangusta helicopter

Agusta A129 Mangusta helicopter

Agusta A129 Mangusta helicopter

Agusta A129 Mangusta helicopter

Helicopter

Helicopter as Cheap as a Car !!

If you are fed up with the day-to-day traffic jams, and wants to travel to your desire destination by your own helicopter, then you can buy a small personal helicopter for the price of a car.

Its kit costs about 3000 Dollars but you can build it from experts for another 4000 Dollars.

Mosquito XE is an ultra light helicopter, and if a customer wants a full established and equipped version then it may cost 20000 Dollars may be less then 20K$.

One of its best quality, that it can travel about 90 Kilometers with having fuel of only 5 gallons as it capacity says.

So enjoy fast and cheap luxury traveling at the age of even high standard of living.



The Mil Mi-24 (Cyrillic Миль Ми-24, NATO reporting name 'Hind') is a large helicopter gunship and low-capacity troop transport (Carries 8) produced by Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant and operated from 1972 by the Soviet Air Force, its successors, and over thirty other nations. In October 2007, the Russian Air Force announced it would replace its 250 Mi-24 helicopter gunships with 300 more modern Mi-28s and possibly Ka-50s by 2015.

In NATO circles the export versions, Mi-25 and Mi-35, are simply denoted with a letter suffix as "Hind D" and "Hind E" respectively. Soviet pilots called the aircraft летающий танк (letayushchiy tank, “flying tank”). More common unofficial nicknames were Крокодил (Krokodil, “Crocodile”), due to the helicopter's new camouflage scheme[3] and Стакан (Stakan, “Glass”), because of the flat glass plates which surrounded the three place cockpit of the Mi-24A.
Mi-24 / Mi-25 / Mi-35
Mil Mi-24
Role Attack helicopter with transport capabilities
Manufacturer Mil
First flight September 19, 1969
Introduced 1972
Status Active
Primary users Russian Air Force
ca. 50 other users (see operators)
Number built 2000 (estimated)
Developed from Mil Mi-8
Developed into Mil Mi-28

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