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Newsletter #363     | News

HAL Conducts Technical Flight of Indigenous Light Utility Helicopter (LUH)


HAL Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) completes maiden flight at Bengaluru today.


HAL Conducts Technical Flight of Indigenous Light Utility Helicopter (LUH)


HAL, September 06, 2016 - Bengaluru - Achieving yet another significant milestone, HAL conducted a technical flight of indigenous Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) in Bengaluru, today.

The helicopter lifted at 1210 hours and was in the air for 15 minutes at HAL facilities. The flawless flight was carried out by HAL test pilots.

This event marks an important and significant beginning for prototype testing of LUH.

This is the third indigenous helicopter product from the stables of HAL after ALH and LCH. Apart from replacement of ageing fleet of Cheetah / Chetak, LUH is expected to capture a sizeable share both in domestic and international market.

The LUH has a maximum All-Up-Weight (AUW) of 3150 Kgs, fitted with Safran HE Ardiden-1U engine of 750 KW power, with a range of 350 Km, service ceiling 6.5 Km, seating capacity of six passengers plus two pilots. The helicopter is designed to carry out various utility roles such as reconnaissance, transport, cargo load and rescue operations.

The helicopter can operate from sea level to high altitudes of Himalayas.


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