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Bell 212 Training Helicopter

Role

Military utility helicopter

Capacity

15 (one or two pilots and 13 to 14 passengers)

In Service with AAC Since

1994

Length

17.5m

Height

3.9m

Rotor Disc Diameter

14.6m

Empty Weight

2,961kg

Maximum Take-off Weight

5,080kg

Number of Engines

Two

Power

1,342kW

Maximum Speed

130kt

Service Ceiling

17,400ft

Rate of Climb

1,745ft/min

Range

250nm
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