From the post:
"No. Because there is no atmosphere on the moon, so even if the rotors were turning, they won’t produce any lift,
Turning the rotors will also be a problem because the usual helicopter engines for use on Earth are designed to burn the fuel in oxygen from the outside air. No atmosphere means you’d need a new type of engine too.
Rockets work in space, or on the Moon because they don’t need to rely on atmospheric oxygen to burn the fuel, but effectively carry their own as part of the rocket fuel."https://www.quora.com/Is-it-possible-to-fly-a-helicopter-on-the-moon