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bluestar helicopters based at cork are to open a new school for training at waterford airport
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They've been operational at Waterford for a few weeks now.

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oh rite, i only heard it yesterday and yer man from the airport said a few weeks!!!
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Yep, they have a loverly R22 based down in EIWF. Can't remember the reg :\
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They vary Laura, sometimes Its EI-EHD? but it was different today, I saw it in the newspaper.
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Anytime i've seen them in the hangar it was either EI-EHB or EI-EHE.

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It probably depends on maintenance, I think its ?350 per hour, Can anyone tell me if this is a good price comparing other schools?
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ei-ehd was in cork I think
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Lambada Crazy wrote:It probably depends on maintenance, I think its ?350 per hour, Can anyone tell me if this is a good price comparing other schools?


ya same price as exec helis in galway, Ive heard other schools with more expensive prices in other parts of the country though, so I spose 350 is about as low it goes.
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Yea, pretty much, 10e more expensive at Weston, but infairness that is only due to surcharges, I know the guy who runs the facility at Weston, and the Heli schools in particular are going through fairly turbulent times, trying to keep the prices as low as possible, You'll just have to splash out the full 23,000e for a PPL(H) if you are interested...

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Crikey is that what it costs. :shock: Is that for the minimum 45 hr course?
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I'll stick to them things wings the big things out the side. The ones that only go forward.

I still wonder how they can justify ?350 per hour. I suppose maintenance costs on the heli's is sickening.

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