Heliguy is now offering 0% finance not just on new drones and accessories but also on our pilot training courses. You can call us now for a link to apply online but you'll soon be able to apply direct from our website. Ring our helpful team on 0191 296 1024. Spreading the cost of new equipment makes a great deal of sense, especially if you're starting up a new drone related business and need to find your feet financially.
Working with Pay4Later, Heliguy can offer 0% terms over 12 months after a deposit of fifty per cent. And the great news is that, if your initial application is declined for any reason, we may be able to offer you up to four alternative deals with different terms.
People starting up a business will need to factor in a large range of costs that perhaps they hadn't thought of. Apart from all of the obvious price of drones, there's the ancillary equipment and the cost of training and insurance.
And even for the leisure or hobby pilot, spreading the cost of the latest, state of the art equipment can be a real bonus.
Heliguy sells everything from the latest DJI Phantom 3
series to the DJI S1000+
and Freefly ALTA
for serious professional work with top end cameras.
If you're thinking of starting out commercially then you'll need to get a Permission for Aerial Work from the Civil Aviation Authority. That involves ground school training, a theory test, a practical flight assessment and the preparation of your own Operations Manual. That may sound daunting but a course at Heliguy
will guide you carefully and easily through the whole process. And the good news is that we can offer finance for training too.
The Freefly ALTA and MoVi gimbal
The period from buying you first drone to gaining your Permission for Aerial Work will almost certainly be longer than you hoped or planned for, so being able to spread the cost before all that training and equipment starts to pay for itself is a real bonus. And with 0% finance that's even better.
For example, I did my ground school and passed my theory test in mid January, passed my practical flight assessment in May and finally got my PFAW in mid July. Don't forget - you can't do commercial work and start earning money until you've got that piece of paper from the CAA. Not only is it illegal, you also won't be fully insured.
To apply or to get more information call our friendly team now on 0191 296 1024 or e-mail email@example.com .