About Us

Chief Pup In Charge

Max is OC Helicopters PIC. Usually that means Pilot in Command. In our case it’s clearly “Pup in Charge”. Having logged hundreds of flight hours (in dog years) Max has definitely earned his wings. In addition to his duties as PIC he is in charge of security, official greeter, film star (in his mind) whale and wildlife spotter and resident object of affection. You are in good “paws” with Max and the OC Helicopters crew… So get ready for a “barkin” great time!

OC Helicopters

OC Helicopters is proudly veteran owned and operated. Built on a unique philosophy of customer service which brings the excitement of helicopter tours and charters to everyone. Their vision has blessed them with a unique blend of clientele, including top echelon of VIPs.

As of January 2020, we are proud to offer (through our sister company Eco Helicopters) the opportunity to own the first all-electric helicopter "EcoMax" (Ēkō-Max) for Tour & Charter Operations following Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) full certification.

EcoMax all-electric helicopter. Zero in-flight carbon emissions. Capable of 120 miles per hour. The helicopter seats 4 people (3 passengers + 1 pilot). Boasting advanced avionics, including a state-of-the-art autopilot with features like basic stability augmentation, heading hold, altitude hold, navigation signal tracking, and approach guidance.

On September 14th, 2016, a Guinness World Record was set by electric helicopter, a 5-minute flight, at a height of 400 feet, traveling at 80 knots. (Captain Ric Webb)

On March 4th, 2017, a Guinness World Record was set by electric helicopter, the first ever 2 person electric helicopter flight. Additionally, a world speed record was set for an electric helicopter at 100 knots. (Captain Martine Rothblatt | Co-Pilot Ric Webb)

On December 7th, 2018, a Guinness World Record was set for the farthest distance travelled by electric helicopter. (Captain Ric Webb)

The founder of OC Helicopters has three US Patents issued in his name #7,213,749, #7,540,749 and, #8,177,129. He also brings 25+ years of Military Service Experience. Note the resemblance of US Air Force Space Operations Badge to OC Helicopters Badge/Wings.