How much does a Robinson R22 helicopter cost?

R22 Cost. The R22 has a suggested retail price of $318,000 (ex factory price, USA) and the value on the second hand market is dependent on component time in service.

How much does a Robinson helicopter cost?

Today the R44 sells for about $475,000, the R22 for about $300,000 and the R66 — a five-seat turbine-powered model introduced in 2010 — for about $900,000. In all, Robinson has made more than 12,000 helicopters, with at least 60% of recent sales going to foreign buyers.

What is the price of Robinson R22 in India?

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₹ 50,000/ Hour ₹ 1.65 Lakh/ Unit
Destination Location Customized Chardham
Purpose Business
Service Mode Customized Helicopter
Booking Type Customized

How much does it cost to overhaul a Robinson R22?

Services available include but are not limited to:

Robinson R22 100Hr/Annual $1,200
Robinson R22 Annual $1,300
Robinson R22 2200Hr overhaul $15,000
Robinson R44 100Hr $1,600
Robinson R44 100 HR/Annual $1,700

How fast is an R22?

180 km/h
Robinson R22/Top speed

How fast does an R22 helicopter fly?

Specifications & Dimensions

Pilot, Passenger, and Baggage (with standard fuel) 389 lb (176 kg)
Max Airspeed (Vne) 102 kts (189 km/h)
Cruise Speed up to 96 kts (178 km/h)
Maximum Range (no reserve) approx 250 nm (460 km)
Hover Ceiling IGE at 1370 lb 9400 ft

How much is the cheapest Robinson helicopter?

Cost of the Robinson R44 The current market data we collected shows that the cheapest used R44’s run at around $200,000 for a 2004 Raven II. This can extend to over $900,000 for the brand new 2019 models.

What does timed out hull mean?

They are talking about the whole damned helicopter. It has to go back to Robinson for that. Timed out=DEAD till refurbished by Robinson. Doesn’t have to go back to Robinson. There are other certified overhaul centers.

How much can a R22 lift?

For example, a small 2-seat Robinson R22 can lift up to 400lbs, whereas the Mil Mi-26 can lift over 44,000lbs. Because helicopters can lift some tremendous weight some have been designed purely as Aerial Cranes and optimized to lift as much as possible for the least amount of money per hour.