For Tours, Training, & Utility

Why pay new helicopter prices when you can obtain a newly overhauled aircraft at a fraction of the cost? We pride ourselves in being able to deliver high quality beautiful aircraft to our customers that meet their needs. 

 

  • Search the current market for availablity

  • Evaluate market value based on total aircraft time, use, time in service and location.

  • Provide on site inspection of aircraft, logbooks and test flight.

  • Handle all purchase related paperwork, transfer of ownership and funds through one of our title company partners.

  • Provide or arrange delivery of your helicopter.

 

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R-22 Beta

  • The 2 seat R22, which is popular in the personal and training market is an affordable solution for our students seeking their pilots license.

  • Seats 2
    Power Plant: Lycoming O-320, 160 HP Derated to 124 MCP
    Top Speed 117mph
    Range 300 miles

  • Lone Star Helicopters flies the Beta version of this aircraft.  With its clean aerodynamic design, it allows a top speed of over 117mph and has an 8 gallon per hour fuel burn.

  • For more information on Robinson Helicopters, visit their website at www.robinsonheli.com

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Hughes 500

  • Developed in 1967 for the US Army requirement for a light observation helicopter. The 500C is the civilian version of the Army's OH-6 LOH which is still a primary aircraft today for the Special Forces Teams.

  • Seats 4
    Power Plant: Rolls Royce 250-C18 317 SHP Turbine Engine
    Top Speed 150mph
    Range 400 miles

  • Known for speed and agility, it is the ideal aircraft for utility work and hog eradication because of the small rotor diameter allowing the aircraft to land and fly virtually anywhere. Lone Star Helicopters operates a 500C for utility work, hog eradication, game counts, relief work, turbine transitions and turbine training.

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Bell Jet Ranger

  • The Bell 206 is a family of two bladed, single-engine helicopters originally introduced for the Army as the OH-58. It was brought to the commercial market in 1967 as the Bell 206A. The 206B III JetRanger was introduced in 1977 with a more powerful Allison 250 C20 turbine engine and increased tail rotor authority. 

  • Bell Helicopters is proudly located in Texas. 

  • Lone Star Helicopters operates a Bell 206B II/III for utility work, hog eradication, game counts, relief work, turbine transitions and turbine training.

  • Seats 5
    Power Plant: Rolls Royce 250-C20B 420 SHP Turbine Engine
    Top Speed 150 mph
    Range 450 miles

Contact us 

512-963-5363

lonestarheli@gmail.com

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