A twin-engine helicopter equipped with one auxiliary power unit (APU) with a maximum takeoff weight of 8.3 / 8.6 tons. It is equipped with the latest performance while keeping the price down, and is designed to support a variety of missions.
In addition, it is equipped as standard with a transmission that meets the latest safety standards (FAA / EASA Part 29 and airworthiness examination guidelines) required by the aviation authorities and has a “dry run” function, which is the longest in its class* 50 minutes and exceeds the required standards. (*according to our research)
A fully digital glass cockpit that incorporates advanced situational awareness technology minimizes pilot workload and is used in versatile missions such as search and rescue, emergency transport, and disaster information gathering.
- Overall length
- Height (Tail fin)
- GE CT7-2E1 × 2 APU × 1
- Power rating (AEO take off power 5min)
- 1,983SHP × 2
- Transmission (AEO take off power 30min)
- 2,907 SHP
- Maximum take off weight
- Baseline empty weight
- Maximum useful load
- Maximum number of seats
- 19 for passengers / 2 for pilots