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Dauphin SA365N

This is a much improved version of the SA 365C Dauphin 2 the first prototype flying on 31 March 1979. This version introduced the updated 492 kW 660 shp Ariel 1C turbo shafts a retractable tricycle undercarriage enlarged tail surfaces and revised transmission main rotor rotor mast fairing and engine cowlings. The aircrafts initial M.T.O.W. of 3850 kg 8488 lb was later raised to 4000 kg 8819 lb. Deliveries of the production model began in 1982.

Specification

  • Person Luggage 5

  • Capacity 8

  • Crew 2

Dauphin AS365N3

The high-performance AS365 N3 was developed for operations in 'hot and high' climates. The AS365 N3 also features a new-generation 10-blade composite Fenestron anti-torque device with asymmetric blade distribution, offering a further reduction in noise signature. The AS365 N3's gross weight is 4,300 kg (9,480 lb). Production deliveries began in December 1998 and this version is currently still in production. A versatile twin engine 11 passenger seats Helicopter of robust and reliable design incorporating the latest composite technology and Fenstron tail rotor system. Ideally suited for offshore/onshore operations, VIP transportation, casualty evacuation and rescue operations.

Specification

  • Person Luggage 5

  • Capacity 10

  • Crew 2

Bell 206 L4

A light single engine Helicopter with 5 passenger seats. This helicopter is best suited for executive transportation, tourism, reconnaissance, photography, etc. The Bell 206 is a family of two-bladed, single- or twin-engine helicopters, manufactured by Bell Helicopter. The original 206L utilized an Allison 250-C20B engine, and a series of model upgrades replaced this engine with more powerful versions; the 206L-1 used a 250-C28 and the 206L-3 and 206L-4 used the 250-C30P with 490 shaft horsepower.

Specification

  • Person Luggage 5

  • Capacity 6

  • Crew 2

Bell 407

The Bell 407 is a fourbladed single engine civil utility helicopter a derivative of the Bell 206L3 LongRanger. The 407 uses the fourbladed soft inplane rigid rotor with composite hub that was developed for the United States Armys OH58D Kiowa Warrior instead of the twobladed semirigid rotor of the 206L3. The Bell 407 is frequently used for corporate and offshore transport as an air ambulance law enforcement electronic news gathering and movie making.

Specification

  • Person Luggage 5

  • Capacity 5

  • Crew 2

Ml 172

The MI-172 is a multi-role twin engine helicopter with 26 passenger seats and has a range of 480 kms. It is suitable for both offshore and high altitude operations. This is a Civil Passenger version of the Mi helicopters manufactured at the Kazan plant. The Mil Mi-17 is a Russian-designed helicopter currently in production at two factories in Kazan and Ulan-Ude. Developed from the basic Mi-8 airframe, the Mi-17 was fitted with the larger TV3-117MT engines, rotors, and transmission developed for the Mi-14, along with fuselage improvements for heavier loads. The designation Mi-17 is for export. The Mi-17 can be recognized because it has the tail rotor on the port side instead of the starboard side, and dust shields in front of the engine intakes. Engine cowls are shorter than on the TV2 powered Mi-8, not extending as far over the cockpit, and an opening for bleed-valve outlet is present forward of the exhaust.

Specification

  • Person Luggage 5

  • Capacity 26

  • Crew 4

AS 350 B3

The high-performance, powerful AS350 B3 is designed to carry out the most demanding missions in the most extreme weather and geographical conditions: from very hot to very high and everything in between. Its exceptional lifting power, high endurance, extended range and fast cruise speed make virtually any job looks easy. The AS350 B3 can climb to 3,000 meters in 2 minutes 21 seconds and has more than proved its power with a record breaking landing on Mount Everest.

Specification

  • Person Luggage 5

  • Capacity 6

  • Crew 2