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"Providing a Unique Perspective on Life"

Schweizer 300C - A stable, proven aircraft.
Useful Load: 750 lbs.
Pilot & one large or two small passengers
Fuel Capacity: 48 gals @ 12 gals/hr.
Economic Cruise Speed: 70 knots
Maximum Cruise Speed: 84 knots

Providing the following services:

  • Aerial Photography & Video

  • Wildlife Surveys

  • Scenic Flights

  • Environmental Assessment

  • Radio Tracking

  • Mapping

  • Monitoring & Observation

  • Power Line and Pipeline Patrol

  • Search & Rescue

  • Community & Charitable Events

  • Frost Protection of Crops

  • Corporate Events

  • Lifting

  • Remote Transport

The Right Helicopter for the Job

The Schweizer 300C is an excellent helicopter appropriate for many applications. If your job requires different equipment we also have access to and can supply the Bell 206 Jet Ranger, Robinson R-44 or Bell 47.

At Point of View Helicopter Services we are pleased to offer reduced rates for uses that fit our point of view-namely environmental and social justice causes that are helping to make the world a better place and possibly even save it. It is our desire to make the unique perspectives and uses gained from a helicopter available to non-profit communities that might benefit, but could not normally afford it.

What People Are Saying...

Ed, That is some crazy picture. I still can't believe you fly a helicopter and that you landed it on our beach! That was just incredibly surreal, through and through. The reality is sinking in, however, as I send you the check! It is in the mail today, by the way! Thanks for everything, Ed. It was fun to see you, albeit "on the fly." (hysterical) Hopefully we can get together sometime when do...
As a wildlife biologist and photo interpreter of 27 years, I, find it very efficient to use a helicopter in groundtruthing emergent aquatic vegetation as well as any other vegetation that has been interpreted on aerial photography. Ed Friedman, pilot for Point of View Helicopter Services, saved me considerable time with vegetation identification on Merrymeeting Bay. Lyman Feero James W. Sewall...
Dear Ed, What a wonderful time we had yesterday. Another truly memorable experience to cap our weekend. The photos are stunning. As soon as we got up in the air yesterday I regretted not bringing my camera, but then thought , maybe for a first time up it's good to just be collecting many, many mental pictures. Mark was so thrilled that he and his kids got to experience such an event. He was a...
Hi Ed, It was fantastic!!! Like flying on the magic carpet. As a kid I would imagine how it would be to fly and SEE all the wonderful things. I would dream of flying!... This flight was an event of a lifetime...for me...The number of Bald Eagles was great. One has to develop the vision of the white and dark conformation to see them quickly. The beauty of The Sands...one cannot comprehend with...
Our lake organization, Friends of Sebago Lake, had the great fortune and honor to host the nations leading Great Lake's lake wetland scientist, Dr. Douglas Wilcox. The goal was to survey Sebago Lake's wetlands and initiate research to determine impacts of unnatural water level regulation on Sebago Lake's wetland ecosystem and water quality. Point of View Helicopter Services came to our rescue a...