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中國深圳三門島指南-深圳海島風情指南

Helicopter Tour Debuts in Shenzhen December 2002:-

http://www.china.org.cn/english/travel/53624.htm

China boots helicopter industry from 2008:-

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/6974133/China-boosts-helicopter-industry.html

CAAC中ル薔巹隤f局韘标准司 Website : - http://pilots.caac.gov.cn/ 

China puts helicopter market on cutting edge of recovery Website: -

http://www.camac.org.cn/news/hy_show.php?class_id=55&news_id=8091

China launches Asia's largest helicopter in market :-
 
 
Steady growth in helicopter sales expected :-
 
 

Sumary of the article:

Until 2003, private individuals and companies in The People’s Republic of China could not own an airplane, government regulations seemed bent on inhibiting business aviation rather than supporting it, taxes were prohibitive and airport access was stifling.

Today, ownership by private individuals and companies has become almost commonplace, if not quite widespread. Rules on flight clearance have been relaxed, and wait-times have gone from days to hours, a $4,400 flight-plan fee has been eliminated, and it is expected that a 17-percent value-added tax and an import duty on corporate jets could be reduced early next year.

Particularly encouraging is a decision by Chinese aviation authorities to conduct trials that, if successful, would allow private helicopter flights in low-altitude airspace. The trials, using four helicopters, began in January over the southern island of Hainan.  

In China, the Guangzhou Suilan helicopter pilot school has its six trainers full booked on any given day and is turning down applicants for lack of capacity.

Collectively, the world’s manufacturers make about 1,500 helicopters a year, said Fabre, and he added that demand from China could double that number.

Some 400 Turbomeca engines are currently in service in China, and the expectation is that another 100 engines will be delivered this year. While not a huge number, he concluded, “It’s a beginning.”

In the near term, China expects its in-service fleet to grow from slightly more than 200 aircraft today to as many as 2,000 civil helicopters by 2013, and 10,000 by 2020.

Aviation consultant Frost & Sullivan expects that the total helicopter fleet in China will rise to approximately 450 by 2015, making China the fastest-growing helicopter market in the world, well ahead of India and Russia.

If China does acquire as many as 10,000 helicopters by 2020, as China National Aero-Technology Import and Export Company expects, it should come as no surprise. Individual and privately held wealth is continuing to grow in China and with its $5 trillion annual economy, it is already second only to the U.S.


 

Johnson Shiu and his Heli-Bird in Gold Coast, Australia.

As easy to assemble as it is to fly.

"Flying Dragon" A beautiful four-place homebuilt helicopter kit with outstanding payload, long endurance, and premium comfort.

 

Guide to Helicopters Education and Training

Make your desire to fly a helicopter for business or pleasure


Whether you're flying business or pleasure helicopters, a military helicopter or a helicopter charter, it is critical to have proper instruction before you take the controls. Good helicopters education and training should cover pre-flight inspections, helicopter aerodynamics, flight control use and safety procedures, as well as the requirements to get a helicopter license. You'll also want to follow all instructions from helicopter manufacturers about the specific helicopter you are flying.

As you begin the process of learning to fly helicopters, remember to:

1. Get the answers to your basic questions about learning to fly helicopters and getting a license.

2. Read about flying helicopters.

3. Sign up for helicopter flight lessons.

Action Steps
The best contacts and resources to help you get it done


 

Answer frequently asked questions about helicopter education and training

Most people who are about to learn to fly helicopters wonder how safe and easy it is. Helicopter flight instructors will usually answer that flying a helicopter is initially harder than flying an airplane, but eventually becomes instinctual. Anyone interested in flying helicopters also needs to know the training .

There is much more to being a pilot than the ability to operate an aircraft. Prepared in the best possible professional, committed and supportive environment for learning, the successful student be will sought after by the industry who acknowledge the very high standard of students trained through this system.

If your ambition is to be the best then holding an CPL (H) will open the doors to the jobs that demand professionalism, dedication, discipline. There is much more to Professional flying than holding a qualification. A pilot who has complete confidence in the quality of his training, who has the desire to always keep learning and improving while maintaining the dedication and discipline that got him that qualification has been prepared to achieve through to the top jobs in this very competitive industry.

 

Helicopter Pilot Training in Australia

1.       Opportunities of Flying Training

The AAEP(H) Work Team is able to provide information of helicopter flight training in Australia in order to provide support for those officers and cadets who may pursue flying as a hobby or as a career.

 

2.       Pathway to Helicopter Pilot Licence in Australia

 

Phase  Theory Exam        Practical Flying**  Attainment / Licence     HKACC's Recognition

One       Pre-solo                  (1-15 hrs)*              First solo                                       Observer Badge

Two      Pre-area solo          (15-25 hrs)*            Area solo                                      Observer Badge

Three    BAK                         (25-50 hrs)*           General Flying Progress Test       Observer Badge

Four      PPLH Exam              (50-70 hrs)*            Private Pilot Licence                      Pilot Badge

 

Further Phases :

 

Commercial Pilot Licence, Air Transport Pilot Licence, Command Instrument Rating, Night VFR Rating, Turbine engine endorsement and Flying Instructor Rating etc..

 

( * - By realistic estimation and vary among individual learners.) 

 

 

3.       Recognition of Qualifications

All member countries of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), including United Kingdom, United States, China and Hong Kong, recognize the Australian Private Helicopter Pilot Licence (PPLH). Conversion to local licenses in other ICAO member countries is possible.

 

 

4.       Cost & Expenses

Student pilots should expect that the cost of flying vary with individual in learning progress. In average, the cost to obtain a PPLH is expected to be AU$32,000 ~ AU$40,000 in 2009. The cost includes study tools, pilot's gear, flying fee and examination fee.

 

Please check out:

Becker Helicopters

Address:
3 Friendship Avenue
Sunshine Coast Airport
Mudjimba, Queensland, 4564
Australia
Phone + 61 (0)7 5448 9888
Fax + 61 (0)7 5450 7266
Web www.beckerhelicopters.com
Online learning: CPL(H) Theory from Becker
 

The "Flying Dragon" Homebuilt Helicopter Kit Features:

Superior Engineering
Designed to strict FAA standards.
Ample Room for Four Passengers and More
Fly four people comfortably or two people, 375 miles, with 220 lbs. of camping gear.
Easy to Assemble Homebuilt Helicopter Kit
An easy project for the first time builder, the average build time is one of the shortest in the homebuilt helicopter industry. No welding or composite work is required to assemble.
A Complete Homebuilt Helicopter Kit
The "Flying Dragon" kit includes all the parts, flight controls, hardware and electrical needed to assemble a fully functional helicopter.
Top Quality Features
The "Flying Dragon" has features found on helicopters costing many times more including landing gear with wheels for taxiing, smooth three blade rotor system, automatic rotor system clutch, and rotorbrake.


     Australia: Unit 12, 3 Barranbali Street, Chevron Island, Gold Coast, Qld.,Australia 4217

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Email: johnson.shiu@danpacplus.hk