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  • AgustaWestland AW189

    Derived from AW149
    2011










    AgustaWestland AW189

    Derived as a stretched, civilian development of the AW149 and first revealed in full size mock-up at the 2011 Paris Air Show.
    The AW189 first flew on December 21, 2011 and is a twin-engined, medium-lift helicopter which shares similarities with the AW139 and AW169.

    As of January 2014, over 30 are in service worldwide. More than 80 AW189 are in order and expected to be 150 by 2017.

    As of December 2018, over 60 are in service worldwide with more than 45,000 flight hours logged.

    As of January 2020, 70 AW189s are in service worldwide and logged over 74,000 flight hours.

    Serials:
    - 49000... AW149 / AW189
    - 89000... AW189 Italian built
    - 92000... AW189 UKSAR UK built
    - 93001 ... AW189K




    Specifications


    Engine: 2 x GE CT7-2E1 1980 shp
    Capacity: 2 + 19
    Length: (m) 17.6
    Height: (m) 5
    Blades: 5
    Rotor diam.: (m) 14.6
    Disc area: (m2) 168
    Weight: (kgs)     Max: 8300
    Speed: (km/h) Cruise: 270
    Range: (km) 800
    Ceiling: (m)
    Rate/Climb: (m/min)


    Derivatives & Versions


    ModelYearHistory
    AW189K 2017 Variant of the AW189 powered by the new Safran Aneto engine first announced at Helitech 2017. First flight with the Aneto-1K took place on March ...





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