Agusta A119 Koala

Single engine derivative of the A109, the Koala is a eight-seat utility helicopter which first flew in February 1995. The prototypes were originally powered by Turbomeca Arriel 2K1 turboshafts but the production aircraft used the Pratt Whitney Canada PT6B

61 aircraft built by Agusta (listed here)

Redesignated AW119 after the Agusta-Westland merger

  A119 Koala News

NYPD AW119 Fleet Achieve 20,000 Hour Milestone

26-Jun-12 - AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that the AW119 helicopter fleet operated by the New York Police Department is the worldwide law enforcement fleet leader, having achieved over 20,000 flying hours on the fleet and more than 6,000 on their fleet leader.

Specifications A119 Koala

Engine 1 x PW C PT6B-37A 1002 shp
Capacity 1 + 7
Length (m) 13
Height (m) 3.7
Blades 4
Rotor diam. (m) 11
Disc area (m2) 95.03
Weight (kgs)     Max: 2600
Speed (km/h) Cruise: 246     Max: 278
Range (km) 667
Ceiling (m) 4240
Rate/Climb (m/min)

  Derivatives & Versions of A119 Koala

AW AW119 Koala

2005 The AW119 Koala is a 8-seats single engine helicopter first produced as Agusta A109

  List of Operators of A119 Koala

Years Model Org
2002-    usa TriState CareFlight

spain Pegasus Aero Group
usa ERA Helicopters
usa State of New York

  Global Distribution of A119 Koala


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