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Helicopteros Cicare - Part II


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1991: CH-7 Derived from the CH-6, with improvement in reliability and performance. This model carried out flight demonstrations at Recife, Brazil on the year 1991. On 1992 the CICARE CH-7 was presented in the "Ultra-lights International Meeting" at Bassano del Grappa, Italy and in the Oshkosh Air Show at the USA.

1993: CH-8 2002 VL It is the logical consequence of the success of the CH-7. This prototype is a Very light, two-seat two-engine helicopter. This helicopter allows flying at the minimum power speed, with only one operative engine.


1993, Oct 6. : With the purpose of supporting Mr. Cicaré in the organization and commercialization of his ingenious inventions, CICARE HELICOPTEROS S.A. was formed; where Mr. Augusto U. Cicaré is Director and technical responsible.

1994: SVH-3 A simulator-trainer of helicopter flight :

1996: CH-7 2000 Angel To give the sport flight a higher reliability, Augusto created an ultra-light, single-seat, twin-engine helicopter that could land with only one operative engine, taking the safety to the first stage.


1997 : The Professional Council of the Aeronautic and Spatial Engineering conferred to Augusto the Honorary Title of Aeronautic and Spatial Engineer, for being a reference in the field of Aeronautic Engineering all over the world. The name "Augusto Ulderico Cicaré" appears in the outstanding aeronautical encyclopedias and manuals of every country.

1997: CH-10C & CH-11C Counter-rotating single-seat twin-engine helicopters with an absolutely novel control system. Was given to CITEFA (Argentine Ministry of Defense, Institute of Scientific and Technical Investigation of the Armed Forces), for the development of a Remote Controlled Vehicle for multiple uses.

1998 : Augusto participated with the simulator CICARE SVH-3 in the invention contest "Ladislao José Biró", under the auspicious of the National Institute of the Industrial Property (INPI) and of the Argentinean Association of Inventors. Augusto won the first prize in the Mechanics Category and the CICARE SVH-3 was selected as the best national invention of the year, with the recognition of the Inventors International Federation (IFIA) and of the World Organization of the Intellectual Property (OMPI). That way he represented Argentina at the International Exposition of Inventions at Geneva, Switzerland from April 30th to May 9th of 1999 obtaining the gold medal of the "P" Category (Aeronautics, Nautics, Vehicles and Accessories).


2000 : CH-2000 & CH-2002







March 2007 : Cicare CH-14 Aguilucho
A light two-seat tandem helicopter, development began in January 2005 under an Argentine Army request in conjunction with CITEFA, La Plata University and Army Aviation Maintenance Batallion.

Was first revealed Nov 23, 2007 during the Army Aviation Day and is intended to be used in both civilian and military applications.




2010, March 18: The following two models were shown at the EAA Argentina Annual Meeting


2009 : Cicare CH-12 (two place) Subaru EJ25 165 HP (or Lycoming 0-360)



MTOW: 700 Kg (1540 lbs)
OEW: 430 Kg (946 lbs)
Max Speed: VNE 205 Kmh (128 mph)
Cruise: 160 Kmh (100 mph)
Climb: 7 m/s (1380 Ft/m)
Service Ceiling: 3500 mts (11500 Ft)
Endurance: 3 Hs


2009 : Cicare CH-7B ( previously known as CH-6 ) (single place) Rotax 912 ULS 100HP


MTOW: 430 Kg (950 lbs)
OEW: 250 Kg (550 lbs)
Max Speed: VNE 194 Kmh (120 mph)
Cruise: 150 Kmh (94 mph)
Climb: 7 m/s (1380 ft/m)
Service Ceiling: 3500 mts (11500 Ft)
Endurance: 2.5 Hs


Contribution: GaRyerson and Cicare Helicopters







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