East End Helicopter

East End Helicopter 

“The Sky is the Limit!”

East End Helicopter is a locally owned and operated company. We can provide a large coverage area with rapid response or scheduled services on a 24/7 basis with locally dispatched helicopters, mission trained commercial pilots, and a fast 135 MPH cruise speed.

We utilize affordable and well-maintained turbine helicopters, flown by skilled, experienced, and professional commercial pilots. East End Helicopter will provide safe, efficient and effective rotorcraft fight services to enhance your business needs, growth potential, or to satisfy personal adventure, reward and achievement goals and dreams.

Keeping in mind we are based out of the east end of Long Island we are sensitive and pro active about the concerns of our neighbors. At East End Helicopters we will always fly neighborly.

East End Helicopters is utilizing a fleet of Bell Helicopters with an industry leading record of safety and reliability to allow for affordable and reliable helicopter service. We are providing our customers and the community with an opportunity to utilize helicopter services to compliment and enhance their business plans, provide growth opportunities throughout the community, and satisfy personal adventure plans and activities.

Address:     17 Thornridge Ln, South Setauket, NY 11720

Tel:(516) 852-9194

Web: www.EastEndHelicopter.com

Email: info@EastEndHelicopter.com

Military Affiliation: US Army

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About Sifu Michael A Evans

A student and disciple of Moises Arocho, Sifu Mike is the head instructor at the Four Gates School of Chinese Martial Arts in Patchogue, NY. He has been training under his teacher in the art of Shaolin Lohan kung fu since 1995. In addition to being a successful competitor and instructor, Sifu is a licensed massage therapist and endeavors to bring a balance of eastern philosophy and western science to each class in order to lead his students to higher levels of achievement. Sifu has published several articles, both online and in print, and is developing several ideas for future works.
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