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Alpi Syton AH 130 helicopter

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General
Manufacturer Alpi
Type Syton AH 130
Introduced 1/1/2012
In production? Yes
Units produced 0
Price US $ 200,000.00
Dimensions
Overall Length 29 ft
Length 0 ft
Height 7.87 ft
Width 3.67 ft
   
   
Description

The AH 130 is a small, two seat helicopter of Italian origin produced by the Alpi Syton company.

The AH 130 is based on another small helicopter, the Rotorway Exec. The Exec is a product of Rotorway of Arizona, an American company. Alpi Syton purchased the rights to the Exec’s design in 2008 and used it as the basis for their own product.

While the AH 130 still looks very much like the Exec from the outside there have been significant change made to the aircraft. Of course, it is still a single-rotor, side-by-side twin-seater. It has a Solar T62 auxiliary power unit as its main engine. This turboshaft unit produces a 130 horsepower and is used in larger aircraft for non-propulsion purposes such as electricity generation.

The AH 130 has a maximum payload of 225 kg or 496 lb which includes all passengers, but not the 90 liters (20 imperial gallons) of fuel.

The Ah 130 has a peerless (in this market segment) 150 euro per hour operating cost. It represents a new generation of ultra light helicopters that are made possible through modern materials science. It has an enclosed cockpit and used a liberal mix of aluminum, composites and steel.

The rotor blades themselves are fully composite with an aerodynamic profile that provides excellent efficiency in normal flight, but also good performance in situations where auto rotation is needed. Which means that the AH 130 is also a very safe aircraft.

It is expected that the AH 130 will sell well and in March of 2015 it received a permit to fly, although it is not yet in full market production.

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Design features
  • Design based on the RotorWay Exec 162F
Description

The AH 130 is a small, two seat helicopter of Italian origin produced by the Alpi Syton company.

The AH 130 is based on another small helicopter, the Rotorway Exec. The Exec is a product of Rotorway of Arizona, an American company. Alpi Syton purchased the rights to the Exec’s design in 2008 and used it as the basis for their own product.

While the AH 130 still looks very much like the Exec from the outside there have been significant change made to the aircraft. Of course, it is still a single-rotor, side-by-side twin-seater. It has a Solar T62 auxiliary power unit as its main engine. This turboshaft unit produces a 130 horsepower and is used in larger aircraft for non-propulsion purposes such as electricity generation.

The AH 130 has a maximum payload of 225 kg or 496 lb which includes all passengers, but not the 90 liters (20 imperial gallons) of fuel.

The Ah 130 has a peerless (in this market segment) 150 euro per hour operating cost. It represents a new generation of ultra light helicopters that are made possible through modern materials science. It has an enclosed cockpit and used a liberal mix of aluminum, composites and steel.

The rotor blades themselves are fully composite with an aerodynamic profile that provides excellent efficiency in normal flight, but also good performance in situations where auto rotation is needed. Which means that the AH 130 is also a very safe aircraft.

It is expected that the AH 130 will sell well and in March of 2015 it received a permit to fly, although it is not yet in full market production.

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Design features:
  • Design based on the RotorWay Exec 162F
Performance
Persons 2
Max. Range 0 mi
Cruise Speed 100 mph
Max. Speed 113 mph
Max. rate of Climb 1673 ft/min
HOGE ceiling 8200 ft
Service Ceiling 16400 ft
Gross Weight 1102 lb
Empty Weigt 639 lb
Useful Load 463 lb
Dynamic system
Fuel Capacity 24 gallons
Number of Engines 1
Engine Type Turbine
Engine Code Titan Solar APU
Horse Power 130
Rotorhead Teetering
Number of rotorblades 2
Rotor Diameter 25 ft
Number of tail rotorblades 2
Tailrotor Diameter 4.2 ft
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