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Helicopter fleet from Mountainflyers

Discover our impressive helicopter fleet. With a variety of state-of-the-art models, we are ideally equipped for unforgettable flying experiences and missions of all kinds.

Welcome on board!

The helicopter model is defined based on the number of people.

Airbus H125

The "A-Star" is used for a variety of flights, making it one of the most important helicopters internationally.

The "A-Star" family was developed in the 1970s by the French manufacturer Aerospatiale (later Eurocopter, now Airbus Helicopters) and is still very popular today.

Bell 407 GXi

The dynamic capabilities of the Bell 407GXi have earned it a reputation as a reliable and versatile helicopter.

The helicopter is particularly impressive due to its fast flight speed while remaining true to its smooth and stable flight characteristics.

Bell 505 Jet-Ranger X

The Bell 505 Jet Ranger X is a five-seat, single-engine turbine helicopter, which was certified by Bell Helicopter 45 years after the legendary Bell 206 Jet Ranger as its successor.

With its flat floor and increased cabin volume, the Bell 505 is ideal for sightseeing flights, training and aerial work flights.


Our twin-engine helicopter with VIP equipment - perfect for comfortable taxi flights.

The AW109SP GrandNew is a helicopter from the Italian manufacturer Leonardo (formerly Agusta Westland). The AW109 offers comfortable seating for four to six passengers and is equipped with two Pratt & Whitney engines. The company's twin-engine "flagship" is primarily used for taxi flights in the VIP sector.


The two-seater helicopter is ideal for pilot training.

The Robinson R22 is the most widely used training helicopter in the world and is the entry point to a career as a pilot for countless student pilots worldwide.


Thanks to its wide range of applications, this is one of the best-selling helicopters in the world.

Like the smaller R22, it is powered by a Lycoming piston engine and offers comfortable seating for four people, with each of the three passengers having a window seat. For flights with just a few passengers, such as wedding flights, it is the ideal solution at an unrivaled price. At Mountainflyers, the helicopter is mainly used for sightseeing flights of all kinds and for pilot training. For many new private pilots, it is the first "big" helicopter and allows them to carry passengers on charter flights and share the fascination of flying with friends and family.