Engine for new Agusta helicopter is certified

Gilbert, Gordon A.
October 1997
Business & Commercial Aviation;Oct97, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the certification received by Pratt and Whitney Canada from Transport Canada, for the use of 1,002-shp PT6B-37 turboshaft engine in its A119 Koala helicopter. Number of passengers that can be carried in the helicopter; When certification from the Federal Aviation Administration is scheduled.


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