THE BEST CANDIDATE

Developed to exceed rigorous FAA FAR Part 29 standards the AW139 is particularly well-suited for security and personnel transport missions.  The AW139 flies 50% faster, carries 5000 lbs. more and has a 30% larger cabin than the UH-1N yet fits in the same footprint.  Additionally both our cost per flying hour and maintenance man hour per flight hour are also lower. Safer. Better. Costs Less.

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AW139

Overall length rotors turning: 54 ft 8 in

Overall height rotors turning: 16 ft 4 in

Rotor Diameter: 45 ft 3 in

UH-1N Huey

Overall length rotors turning: 57 ft 3 in

Overall height rotors turning: 14 ft 5 in

Rotor Diameter: 48 ft

AW139

Power plant: 

(2) Pratt & Whitney PT6C-67C Turboshafts with FADEC

Engine Rating: 

Two Engine Take off power: 2 x 1,679 shp

One Engine 2.5 min contingency power: 1,872 shp

UH-1N Huey

Power plant: 

(2) Pratt & Whitney T400-CP-400 turboshafts

Engine Rating: 

Twin-Pac Take off power: 1,800 shp

AW139

Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW): 

15,400 lb (7,000 kg) Growth possible dependent on customer need

UH-1N Huey

Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW): 

10,500 lb (4,763 kg)

AW139 

Crew: 1 or 2 pilot

Seating: Up to 15 people plus 2 pilots (total 17)

Cockpit: 89 ft3

Main Cabin Area: 283 ft3

Rear Cabin Area: 120 ft3 Open to main cabin and accessible via two rear compartment doors

UH-1N Huey

Crew: 1 or 2 pilots and flight engineer, depending upon mission

Seating: Up to 13 people 

Main Cabin Area: 219 ft3

AW139

Cruise speed: 165 kts

Service ceiling: 20,000 ft One Engine Inoperative (OEI) service ceiling: 11,600 ft

Maximum range: 504 nm with Aux tank: 675 nm

Maximum endurance: 4 hrs 25 min with Aux tank: 5 hrs 56 min *Range and endurance calculated on standard day will vary depending on aircraft equipment

UH-1N Huey

Cruise speed: 90-100 kts

Service ceiling: 15,000 ft

Maximum range: 300 miles

Maximum endurance: less than 3 hours