Helicopters are more expensive than planes because of the extra complexity they provide. The rotors are the first component to consider, as they are more complex and must comply with stringent safety rules. When you buy a helicopter once, you'll pay the same amount every time you want to fly in one. Helicopters have a greater crash rate than private planes, so insurance premiums are often exorbitant, and that's before you take in the expensive expenditures of maintenance and fuel. To reach the clouds, though, is worth the effort. Whether or not you should buy a helicopter is not a question I can help you with. You could buy one of these rotorcraft, but only if you had the necessary funds. As a result of developments like lighter helicopters and do-it-yourself kits, the overall cost of helicopters has decreased. Having fewer seats and a smaller footprint will reduce the machine's price. Kit helicopters and fully assembled models are both included. Although some of them are military planes, most of them are commercial airlines.