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Robinson Delivers Two More Cadets To The University Of North Dakota

School Transitioning To All-Robinson Helicopter Training Fleet

Robinson Helicopter Company recently delivered two R44 Cadets to the University of North Dakota (UND). The bright green and yellow helicopters are the latest additions to the University’s growing fleet of Cadets.

As with the two previously acquired Cadets, purchased in 2017 and 2018, the new Cadets will be used for training at UND’s helicopter division located at the Grand Forks, North Dakota campus. The acquisition attests to UND’s commitment to transitioning to an all R44 helicopter training fleet.

"By the fall of 2019, all incoming students will train in Cadets. The performance of the Cadet has been excellent in both the summer and winter months," said UND’s Chief Helicopter Instructor Wes Van Dell. "The students particularly like the aircraft’s ease of operation and advanced avionics."

In 2018, thirty students in the helicopter division received ratings, ranging from private to CFI, and logged more than 1200 hours in Cadets.

The new aircraft are equipped for VFR and IFR training with a fully integrated glass cockpit featuring Garmin’s G500H 1060 TXi (touchscreen) flight display, GTN 750 GPS/COM/NAV, and GTX 345 transponder with ADS-B In/Out.

(Images provided with Robinson Helicopter news release)

FMI: www.robinsonheli.com


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