About Ryan Rotors
Since 1994, Ryan Rotors Inc. has been operating helicopters from Plymouth Municipal Airport in Plymouth Massachusetts.
Our staff of very experienced pilots and flawless safety record has made us the helicopter service of choice for the south of Boston, Cape Cod and Islands area. We are dedicated to providing professional customer service with all of our operations including...
- Helicopter Tours
- Aerial Survey Flights
- Aerial Photography Services
- Pipeline/ Powerline Patrols
- Event Fundraising
- Fertilizing, Seeding and Spraying services
- Lift Work
Bell 47 G3B-1, Bell 47 G3B-2- These helicopters seat the pilot and two passengers and provide a completely unobstructed view. Used mainly in support of local agriculture, these helicopters have been the work horse for Ryan Rotors since the beginning.
Robinson R44 Raven I- The R44 seats the pilot and three passengers very comfortably. This helicopter is well known for its reliability, safety, low operating cost, and performance. Passengers and photographers will enjoy its smooth ride and quiet cabin.
Eurocopter EC-120- The EC-120 is known to be the quietest production helicopter in the world. There is seating for up to four passengers and luggage. The quiet climate controlled cabin makes this the helicopter of choice for traveling in comfort. Get picked up at Logan Int. Airport and fly by all of the traffic direct to your destination.
John F. Ryan- John Ryan has been flying helicopters since 1985 and a flight instructor for the past 22 years. John has logged over 6,500 accident free flight hours and holds a Commercial Helicopter and Certified Flight Instructor Ratings. Member of AOPA, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and HAI Helicopter Association International. When not flying, John enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 children.
Ross F. Rossetti- Ross has been working for Ryan Rotors since high school learning the business from the ground up. Ross graduated from Bridgewater State College in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in aviation science and a minor in physics. He currently holds his commercial and CFI ratings for helicopters as well as private and instrument ratings for fixed wing.