For some or other reason I have always considered this an ugly duckling, in comparison to the Bell jet ranger turbines, but in so saying I was most surprised at the performance of this piston engine Helicopter. It has great versatility in my opinion better than the bell, is almost as fast, and can carry almost as much. The best part of the Robertson 44 it's relatively cheap to operate. This a sensible buy in terms of a helicopter, ugly duckling or not, (debatable by my son who suggests the Robertson be the more elegant, perhaps I'm just old fashioned). In conclusion, this is by far your best option in terms of economy so far as helicopter travel.
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