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Enstrom Helicopters is a US based (Chinese-owned) light helicopter manufacturer established in 1959 with its first helicopter (F-28) delivered in 1965. Enstrom manufacture 2 primary helicopters models and several variants including the 480B single engine turbine and the 280FX single engine piston helicopter.
Enstrom helicopters are unique by design with their rotor pitch links internal to the main rotor shaft, delivering a more aerodynamic design. Another distinctive feature is the lack of a rear vertical stabilizer on the tail boom, giving the tail rotor maximum available authority.
Enstrom 480B – Turbine Helicopter
The Enstrom 480B is a light single turbine helicopter with seating for up to 5 (pilot + 4 passengers) in a unique cabin floor plan. The Enstrom 480B performs an effective role in law enforcement, agriculture and private transport, with the safety and handling of its high inertia 3-blade fully articulated rotor head.
The Enstrom 480B-G has been equipped with an upgraded glass cockpit, the Garmin G1000 avionics suite.
The Enstrom 480B has a max cruise speed of 115 kts and a max range of 406 nm, powered by the Rolls-Royce Allison 250-C20W engine.
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Enstrom 280FX Shark – Piston Helicopter
The Enstrom 280FX Shark is a single engine piston helicopter with seating configurations available for up to 3 (Pilot + 2), offering the safety and maneuverability of its high inertia 3-blade fully articulated rotor head.
The Enstrom 280FX is available in 2 variants, the Enstrom F-28F being the original design of the type and the 280FX Shark, being an aerodynamically refined aircraft for improved performance.
The Enstrom 280FX has a max cruise speed of 100 kts, 3.5 hrs endurance and a max range of 229 nm, powered by the 225 hp turbocharged Lycoming HIO-360-F1AD.
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