Private Air Tourism Season Launched by 5 Russian Helicopters ({{commentsTotal}})


A group of five Russian private helicopters toured Estonia over the weekend as the small private aircraft season begins.

The group, consisting of two Robinson R66 and three Robinson R44 helicopters begin from Moscow, traveled to Pihkva, then onto Riga, Kuressaare and Tallinn over the weekend, Meie Maa reported today.

“They were private sightseeing flights. More of these light aircraft harbingers of spring will arrive,” said Mati Tang, head of Kuressaare Airport.

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