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Made in the USA by an American owned company and powered by a dependable and long lasting aircraft engine!
Safari Helicopter is the only kit helicopter company to use an aircraft engine as standard in all Safari kits. Choose from 3 quality O-360 aircraft engine manufacturers- Lycoming, Superior & Aero Sport. Over 150 Paint colors, 190 Leather & Ultra Leather colors, and a custom instrument panel designed by you.
Your Helicopter, made your way.


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Kit Log Pro’s “Builder Of The Month”

Congratulations to our friend Chris Davenport of Tracy, California for being awarded Kit Log Pro’s “Builder Of The Month” award! We are super excited to see the progression of your Safari 400 Kit Helicopter. Make sure and check out Chris’s kit log diary at :


Mill Pond Photo Shoot

We had a great time getting some new pictures of our company helicopter! Here are a few of our favorites from this beautiful Friday Flyday at the Mill Pond.


Support the Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2

EAA members should get involved NOW with the community’s top priority in GA advocacy. Contact your Senators and Representatives and urge them to co-sponsor and support S. 571 and H.R. 1062, the Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2. EAA helped to draft the newly introduced twin bills, and they already have bipartisan support from top lawmakers. […]


EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, Wisconsin July 20-26th 2015

It is hard to believe Oshkosh is only 80 days away! Make plans to come see us in the Ultra-Light section. We will be returning to booth 934 & 935 right beside the flight line. If you are a Safari owner and planning to attend, let us know. If you are a future Safari owner […]


Safari France

We are honored to welcome our newest dealer, Stéphane Luchini, to the Safari Helicopter Family. Stephane is located in Pau, France and will be servicing France and the surrounding area. Stephane has been flying since he was 15 years old. He first caught the aviation bug by learning to fly a glider, then moved on […]


AirVenture 2016