Super Puma

The helicopter is an indispensable tool for some work. It allows to lift heavy loads in areas often inaccessible (mountain, ravine, forests, sea etc ...) otherwise than by way of air.

Helicopter Aircraft

Different models are used for these aerial works depending on the weight of the loads to be lifted. The pilot of the helicopter must be very precise, coordination with the ground crew is an important element of the safety and the profitability of the flights. The fuel consumption is very important, dead times, engine on, are to be avoided. A big congratulations to the pilot and to the team of the Swiss company Helog Heliswiss present on the images of the photo gallery below.

Helicopter photos

Super Puma Psv 10
Super Puma Psv 11
Super Puma Psv 5
Super Puma Psv 2
Super Puma Psv 3
Super Puma Psv 4
Super Puma Psv 1
Super Puma Psv 6
Super Puma Psv 7
Super Puma Psv 9
Super Puma Psv 8

The Super Puma (Aerospace) in some key figures :

  • First flight in 1990.
  • Maximum mass 8.6 tons including 4.1 tons of payload.
  • Maximum speed 300 km / h.
  • Maximum ceiling: 4000 meters.
  • Autonomy: 2h30 (700 km) or 4h15 (1000 km) with additional tank.

Helog-heliswiss is the company operating the helicopter photographed on this page.

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Tags: Aircraft / Aviation, Hautes Alpes France

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