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bell 430
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ei mel

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Does anyone know who ones ei mel and who opperates it and where it is based. Also where is ei npg and ei sbm based. :lol: much appreciated

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EI MEL is based behind dub airport operated by Kildare aviation which is Alan Nee(manager) and John Mc Callion Pilot.
EISBM owned by ballymore properties and also based behind Dub Airport
EINPG based up north of Ireland and maintained by Sloane Helicopters

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EI-MEL was discussed in an earlier topic

here you go : Kildare Aviation
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EI-MEL, The busiest machine in the country, The busiest Pilot in the country, The Best Paid Pilot in the country, Ah Its all making sense to me Now! :D

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size isnt everything

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Well D just because you have the biggest machine doesn?t mean the biggest wage packet.

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I have it on good advice that "Whatsarunway" is the best paid heli driver in the country and and deserves every euro !

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ei mel

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is ei mel able for charter or is it for private use

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mtow wrote:I have it on good advice that "Whatsarunway" is the best paid heli driver in the country and and deserves every euro !


I am sure the SAR jocks might have something to say about that. :wink:

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As far as i know its just for private use.

Busiest machine i the country wow...thats quite a feat
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Bell430

There are only two operators in the country that can offer 109(various models ) for hire.
That would be Premier & Celtic in Dublin
The only other twins on and AOC would be the ones that IHL have.

You will more than likely find that the guys that are flying the 109's in the private cat are long gone past doing public transport on private machines and in fact would probably be put out by being asked to do so.

There are a lot of guys out there that are taking money for flights and are convinced that all is well.
The problem will be when something goes wrong and the insurance company run a mile.
Then you will find that maybe a wife and kids left without a father etc cannot get compensation because some twit decided he would accept money for the flight.

The are only a couple of helicopter companies in the country that can accept money for transport of passengers.

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[quote="r22"]EI MEL is based behind dub airport operated by Kildare aviation which is Alan Nee(manager) and John Mc Callion Pilot.
EISBM owned by ballymore properties and also based behind Dub Airport
EINPG based up north of Ireland and maintained by Sloane Helicopters

Is it true that Premier Aviation at weston have ordered two of the new 109S models yet to be certified. As well as aquiring two other twins and two Jets for clients
Do they need any pilots, I need a job!!

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