Rotorworks has been providing recurrent training for pilots during February and March. This is an annual requirement and all commercial pilots do a review of the Canadian Aviation Regulations and Company Procedures as well flight exercises. The flight training includes standard procedures for airports and confined areas as well as emergencies.
Rotorworks works with a variety of aircraft for different operators. These pictures are some of the operators aircraft that are used when training.

Robinson R22 with cargo pods

Robinson R44 with cargo pods, Ryan and Carson
getting ready for a flight

Robinson R44 departing the hanger

Fuelling between flights

Fuelling stop after flying in a bit of weather

Darcy getting the AStar ready for flight

AStar lining up for an autorotation

AStar being put away after training