Robinson Turbine Helicopters for Sale

Robinson Helicopter Company has been a major operator in the commercial helicopter domain for almost 50 years, particularly in light helicopters. The California-based manufacturer has carved out a significant share of the market over the decades, and continues to upgrade and innovate today.

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Robinson R66

Price: USD $610,000

Robinson R66

Price: USD $610,000
North America + Canada, United States - TX, For Sale by Volation Aviation
  • Year 2013
  • S/N 040
  • Total Time 1185
First life R66 Only one corporate owner since new Dual Garmin GNS420 GPS/NAV/COM #3 and #4 Turbine Wheel Replaced 2020 Always
Updated 08 Jul 2021

Robinson R66

Price: USD $999,800 Excl. VAT, Price Reduced

Robinson R66

Price: USD $999,800 Excl. VAT, Price Reduced
Europe, Austria, For Sale by P & B Helitrade GmbH
  • Year 2020
  • S/N 0988
  • Total Time 25
Factory New, 25 hours Man. Date: June 2020 SN: 0988
Updated 05 Jul 2021

Robinson R66

Price: USD $639,000

Robinson R66

Price: USD $639,000
North America + Canada, United States - NY, For Sale by Prestige Helicopters, Inc.
  • Year 2014
  • S/N 0464
  • Total Time 822
No Damage History
Updated 11 Jun 2021

Robinson R66

Price: USD $1,058,000

Robinson R66

Price: USD $1,058,000
Europe, Belgium, For Sale by G-Force Group BV
  • Year 2020
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 100
Production date May 7th 2020 First owner – as per today 100 hrs hrs flown Full option :  light weight battery, autopilot, sand filter,
Updated 18 May 2021

Robinson R66

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Robinson R66

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Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by Aviation Sales International
  • Year 2018
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 564
• Off-Market Option • Well maintained and taken care of • Always hangared • No known damage history • Low-time, VIP aircraft • Air-conditioning
Updated 13 Apr 2021

Robinson R66

Price: USD $499,000

Robinson R66

Price: USD $499,000
Australia & NZ, New Zealand, For Sale by Volation Aviation
  • Year 2013
  • S/N 0384
  • Total Time 1815
First life R66 Only one owner since new Professional Part 135 operator Turn-key utility ship Spray System and Cargo hook included
Updated 02 Mar 2021

Robinson R66

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Robinson R66

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Europe, United Kingdom - England, For Sale by Haverfords Aviation
  • Year 2012
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 1916
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Updated 16 Feb 2021

Robinson R66

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Robinson R66

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Europe, United Kingdom - England, For Sale by Haverfords Aviation
  • Year 2011
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 710
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Updated 22 Feb 2021

Robinson R66

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Robinson R66

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Europe, United Kingdom - England, For Sale by Eastern Atlantic Helicopters
  • Year 2012
  • S/N 0110
  • Total Time 625
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Updated 08 Feb 2021

Robinson R66

Price: R9,000,000

Robinson R66

Price: R9,000,000
Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by Aviation Sales International
  • Year 2013
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 585
• Immaculate Interior/Exterior • Air-Conditioning • Barrier Filter
Updated 24 Nov 2020

Robinson R66

Price: USD $640,000

Robinson R66

Price: USD $640,000
Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by Aviation Sales International
  • Year 2013
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 717
• Immaculate Interior/Exterior • Air-Conditioning • Full Status Report • Garmin GPS 500 • Dual Controls
Updated 24 Nov 2020

Robinson R66

Price: R10,500,000

Robinson R66

Price: R10,500,000
Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by Aviation Sales International
  • Year 2014
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 900
• Battery High Capacity 25 AMP Hours • Air Conditioning
Updated 23 Nov 2020

Robinson R66

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Robinson R66

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Europe, Austria, For Sale by P & B Helitrade GmbH
  • Year 2022
  • S/N TBA
  • Total Time -
+++ FACTORY NEW +++ ROBINSON R66 TURBINE DELIVERY 2022 Please contact for further details.
Updated 05 Jul 2021

Robinson R66

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Robinson R66

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Europe, United Kingdom - England, For Sale by Sloane Helicopters
  • Year 2021
  • S/N NEW
  • Total Time -
2021 delivery positions available. The Robinson R66 Turbine is a five-seat helicopter, incorporating many features of the R44 with the enhancement
Updated 26 Jan 2021
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Robinson R66

Now Sold
Australia & NZ, Australia, For Sale by Oceania Aviation
  • Year 2011
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 3124
This R66 helicopter for sale recently had its first overhaul April 2018. One of the first R66's to be sold
Updated 26 Jul 2021
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FAQs: Turbine Robinson Helicopter for Sale

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Turbine Robinson Helicopter for sale
  • How much does a Robinson turbine helicopter cost?

    A 2021-model Robinson R66 costs $940k, according to Aircraft Bluebook’s summer 2021 data. Older models display lower average retail prices for buyers willing to shop in the pre-owned market, including, for example, $650k for a 2016 model and $500k for a 2011 model. Individual models could sell for above or below the average retail price for their model year, depening on several model-specific factors, including maintenance condition, time on the airframe and engine, damage history, and more.

  • How many Robinson turbine helicopters are flying today?

    In April 2021, JETNET reported there were 877 Robinson R66 turbine helicopters flying worldwide. At the time of writing, there had been 39 R66 retirements from a total 1,050 units built (134 of those were in various stages of production).

  • How far can I fly in a Robinson turbine helicopter?

    Robinson R66 turbine helicopters offer a maximum range of 265 nautical miles, according to Conklin & de Decker.

  • Which helicopters compete with Robinson’s R66 turbine model?

    Targeting the entry level for the single-engine turbine helicopter market, Robinson’s R66 competes closely with the Bell 505.

Robinson Turbine Helicopter Overview

By Gerrard Cowan


Roots in Piston Helicopters

Robinson was founded in 1973 by Frank Robinson, and, as of 2021 had sold more than 13,000 helicopters around the world. The company introduced its first product in 1979; the two-seat, piston-powered Robinson R22. This easily operated and maintained helicopter was relatively inexpensive, proving popular in flight schools and among private operators. 

There have been various different updates to the R22 over the years, such as the R22 Beta, which was introduced in 1985 and brought a higher-powered Lycoming O-320-B2C engine to the platform, along with a redesigned instrument panel and a number of other enhancements.

The R22 Beta II, meanwhile, was introduced in 1995, and brought more power again through a de-rated Lycoming O-360 engine, along with a range of other upgrades. 

Then, in 1992, the company introduced its four-seat Robinson R44, later known as the R44 Raven I. This aircraft shares the same design philosophy as the R22, according to Robinson, though it has a more powerful Lycoming IO-540 engine.

It was succeeded by the R44 Raven II in 2002, which now had a fuel-injected Lycoming IO-540 engine and 28-volt electrical system, enhancing the platform’s ability to perform in ‘high and hot conditions’. By 2003, R44 sales double those of the R22.


Turbine Helicopter Expansion

At about this time, the manufacturer began developing plans for a turbine-powered helicopter, and secured an agreement with Rolls-Royce for an RR300 engine, derived from the RR250. This was used as the basis of what became the Robinson R66 turbine helicopter, a five-seat rotorcraft that was certified in 2010.

The R66 has been a significant success story for Robinson over its decade in production, with more than 1,000 units – which have accumulated over 1.3 million flight hours – delivered to a wide range of customers. While the aircraft resembles the R44 piston model, it has a wider cabin, accommodating a pilot and four passengers.

The aircraft features a three-place rear bench and an externally-accessed baggage compartment. It has a maximum range of about 350nm. The aircraft has a two-bladed rotor system, energy-absorbing seats, crash-worthy bladder fuel tanks, and a range of other features. 

The manufacturer has continually updated and upgraded the R66 over the years. For example, the aircraft was upgraded to offer the Garmin G500H Avionics Display System and the Genesys Aerosystems HeliSAS autopilot.

Today, the R66 and the R44 are Robinson’s major sellers, and a recent addition to the production line is the R44 Cadet, aimed at the training market. 


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