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Engineering Position Available

Engineering Position Available


Helibiz Pty Ltd seeks a highly motivated LAME with a passion for excellence at its maintenance facility in Airlie Beach, QLD

Duties include – new helicopter assembly, refurbishments, Overhauls and Line maintenance of, EC120, EC130, B206, 206L, R66 R44 & R22.


B1.4 Airframe & Engines B1.3 Airframe & Engines Engine, RR250/300,  Arrius & Ariel

Positions attract above average salary and excellent conditions.

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Closes  12th October  2018

Robinson R44 Raven II sale

*Helibiz Sales Manager, Troy Holloway with Shane Fleck and his recently purchased R44 Raven II*

Shane Fleck, owner of Combine Air Ag owns 3 helicopters and 7 fixed wing aircraft specialising in aerial spraying In NSW and VIC. This is the second R44 that Helibiz has sold to Shane which Troy personally delivered on Sunday to the Murray River township of Yarrawonga.


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Helibiz Pty Ltd seeks highly motivated LAME’s with a passion for excellence with two positions now available at our Airlie Beach facility in the beautiful Whitsundays, QLD

Duties – assembly new & used helicopters, refurbishments, line maintenance of A109, EC120, EC130, EC135, AS350, B206, 206L, R44 & R22.

Licences preferred:

Group 2 Airframe & Engine Group 19 Airframe Engine, RR250/300, LTS 101, PWC 206/207, Arrius & Ariel

Positions attract above average salary and excellent conditions.

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Close 20th June 2016.

Helibiz Enterance

Bell Long Ranger

Ground Run

Out in the sunshine today as the Helibiz Engineers conduct ground runs on the Bell Long Ranger

VTO 1 (2) VTO 2 (2)

All new R44 Raven I’s with the Lycoming O-540 Carburettor Engine will now be equipped with a 28v electrical system.

RHC decided to upgrade the Ravens electrical system from the 12v to the 28v to further improve starting particularly in cooler climates.

Helibiz will be taking delivery of the first two Australian 28v Ravens next month.

SN# 12729

The top selling R44 is now FAA approved for the same Genesys Aerosystems HeliSAS (Helicopter Stability Augmentation System) as the already approved R66 Turbine.

Both of these systems offer workload-reducing features including basic stability augmentation, heading hold, altitude hold, navigation signal tracking and approach guidance.

The difference is the autopilot now works in conjunction with Aspens 1000H Primary Flight Display (PFD) The Aspen PFD fits in a standard 8-hole panel and is a lighter, less expensive display than the Garmin G500H which installs in a larger console.

The G500H is only available on the R66 while the Aspen is available in both the R44 and R66. With either installation the autopilot controls are located in the avionics stack with the additional trim and off buttons installed on the cyclic.

The recent Private Helicopter Theory Course conducted at Helibiz ran for approximately three weeks, 

Finally the students could put their aviation knowledge to the test and they’ve sat their exam with successful results. Unfortunately one students just missed out but will be able to re sit the exam in one week. 

The next PPL (H) theory course will be starting at Helibiz in mid February 2016 so if you’re interested in attending than please contact Troy at Helibiz    

E:     P: (07) 4946 9422  


Rae and Victoria recently took delivery of their new R44 which is equipped with NVFR and the new Aspen Pro.

Upgrading from their previous R22 Beta II two seater has proven to be a real winner with much more room for those extended weekends plus the extra speed is great.

Rae and Victoria own and operate luxury accommodation in the beautiful Byron Bay area northern NSW.

Being both helicopter pilots Rae and Victoria are only to happy to assist other helicopter owners to visit the Byron region and especially if you would like to stay with them.

For more information see:

Rae and Vicki


Robinson Helicopter Company (RHC) plans to debut the new R44 Cadet in early 2016. While suitable for a wide variety of utility applications the main market in mind is flight training

The new Cadet is basically the same as an R44 Raven but the rear seats will be removed and the aft compartment reconfigured for cargo. The Max Gross weight will be approx. 90kg

less than a Raven I and the engine will be de-rated by 15 HP to provide an increase in performance margins at higher altitudes. Also a newly designed muffler will reduce the Cadets noise signature by more than 3 decibels than

current R44’s.

Optional equipment will be available including air conditioning, auto pilot and avionic packages designed for Night VFR and IFR training.

Certification is well underway with final flight tests  expected before Christmas.

RHC has said that the base price will be lower than the R44 Raven and this will be announced prior to the [...]

Up, up and away! Bell Long Ranger, VH-VTO’s journey through her 100 hourly service is now complete. The Helibiz engineers have been carrying out the service with some additional refurbishment and new leather interior. Hamilton Island Air who do many fantastic tours around the Whitsundays will be happy to have it back on the Island.

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