sikorsky s-55 H-19

in portugal Força Aérea Portuguesa


Portuguese Air Force

Del'd: 4 - 1954 to 1960






s-55 H-19 Força Aérea Portuguesa

History of this Model in this Organisation:

The UH-19A was the first helicopter operated by the FAP. Used mainly in the search and rescue role at Azores islands. The fourth aircraft was delivered to be preserved at the Museum



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    55-137 h-19a 1952     9101: FAP; BuNo 51-7139; w/o unk
US Air Force 51-7139: Sikorsky S-55 c/n 55-137, ff:?; del USAF as H-19A, 51-7+
    55-1237 h-19d 1958     9101: FAP Museum; BuNo 57-5979; preserved as fake 9101 at Sintra M+
US Army Aviation 57-5979: Sikorsky S-55 c/n 55-1237, ff:?; del US Army as H-19D, +

Italian Air Force MM57-05979: xfer MAP to Italian Air Force as MM57-05979, unk.

Italian Air Force MM80119: reserialled Italian Air Force as MM80119, unk.
        9102: FAP
        9103: FAP
    4 C/N found in this Organisation


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