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OFFICE CLOSED-Thanksgiving Holiday-November 28 and 29

Our Office will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday Novermber 28 and Friday November 29.

We are thinking of you during this season and hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, with appreciation for your business and your loyalty throughout the year. Best wishes!

We will resume normal business hours on Monday.


We will be closed on October 14th. 


On Indigenous Peoples' Day, we honor the sovereignty, resilience, and immense contributions that Native Americans have made to the world;

and we recommit to upholding our solemn trust and treaty responsibilities to Tribal Nations, strengthening our Nation-to-Nation ties.

CLOSED for Veterans Day- November 11

Veterans Day, observed annually on November 11th, honors military veterans who have served in the United States Armed Forces .

Our office will be closed on Mondy November 11th.

HeliValue$ Office Will Be Closed- July 4th and 5th

Our office will be closed on Thursday July 4th and Friday July 5th in honor and remembrance of our brave heroes who fought for our nation’s independence

and those veterans who protected our freedom in all the other wars on this important holiday.

Happy Independence Day!

Memorial Day-May 27-Office Closed

In observance of Memorial Day, our office will be closed on Monday, May 27th.

We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, May 28th.


Memorial Day is a day of "National Mourning."

Honor those who lost their lives while defending their country.   


20/Twenty: Bell 222, The First U.S. Commercial Twin

Credit: Nigel Prevett/Aviation Week

Certified by the FAA in December 1979 and introduced to the market in 1980, the Bell 222 is distinguished as the first U.S.-built light twinturbine
commercial helicopter. Rotary-wing operators or enthusiasts eyeing a pre-owned 222 will find a limited market of less than 60
remaining aircraft.

Characterized by a two-blade, semi-rigid main rotor reminiscent of Bell’s Cobra attack helicopter, a retractable, tricycle undercarriage and
stylish, sharklike contours, the 222 seats one or two pilots and up to six passengers in executive configuration and eight passengers in the
utility role. Stable in flight, it became the first helicopter certified for single-pilot IFR operations without an autopilot or stability augmentation.
Its first customer was offshore oil operator Petroleum Helicopters Inc.

There were 188 Bell 222-series helicopters manufactured from 1980 to 1991, of which 59 remain in service and 129 have been retired, says Jason
Kmiecik, president of helicopter appraisal firm HeliValue$.

“Since most of the Bell 222 aircraft have been retired, there are limited numbers still operating today,” says Kmiecik. “The 222 was once the goto
machine for EMS operations as well as VIP transport. Today, the market for this aircraft is very small. Of the 59 still in operation, only 19 of
them are in the U.S. and the majority of the remaining 40 are operating out of South Africa.”

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2024 Helicopter Association International (HAI) Conference


We have sponsored the Meet-Up Lounge again this year, Booth 1602; Sit and relax with friends, colleagues, and clients, and pick up some swag too.



Stop by our Booth 2622  


Show hours:
Feb. 27- Tuesday 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
Feb. 28 - Wednesday 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
Feb. 29 - Thursday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm