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Bell 214 Departs Essendon Airport from AusJet Heli and Heli Experiences Hangar

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

Everyone knows when McDermott visits an airport, and their massive Bell 214 B1 had been waiting patiently in our hangar to do some big lifting over Northland Shopping Centre. We caught a glimpse of its power as it departed, see the footage below from our YouTube channel.


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MICE groups continue to enjoy Heli Experiences helicopter events

Friday, May 10th, 2013

Another successful group with 32 passengers enjoying an optional tour as part of their convention activities. The challenge for us was the time constraint due to a hectic meetings schedule. The solution was to carry the passengers all at once in multiple helicopters on a 30 minute scenic flight around Melbourne taking in all the great sights and attractions.

Made easy and safe with departures from our private lounge at the secure and controlled Essendon Airport only 15 minutes from Melbourne CBD. So with privacy assured a great day was had a by all participants.

Some fabulous photos were taken by the MICE group, we thought the below images were some of the highlights. The world famous MCG, look closely and you will see one of the smaller helicopters cruising around the Stadium.



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British Tourists enjoy Helicopter Experiences in Melbourne

Friday, April 16th, 2010
Helicopter near Mt Martha

Helicopter near Mt Martha

“Just a quick note to say thanks for a thoroughly memorable experience. I stopped over in Melbourne for a couple of days on the way back home to the UK after spending a month in New Zealand and my friend Debbie suggested a helicopter trip over Melbourne. Even though I have done helicopter flights before over cities, I hadn’t thought about the possibility of doing one over Melbourne. I’m so glad that I did – it was fantastic.  It was a lovely sunny afternoon and our pilot, Guy, did an excellent job with his  informative and entertaining commentary!  Debbie & her husband Mark, Melbournites both, really enjoyed it as well and had a whole new perspective on their city.”


Roma  (UK) (Flight on 27 Jan 2010)

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